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Conducting School-based Assessments of Child and Adolescent Behavior (00 Edition)by Edward S. Shapiro
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This hands-on guide is designed to help school practitioners conduct effective multidimensional assessments of a wide range of emotional and behavioral difficulties. Each chapter focuses on a particular method, describes its applications in the school setting, and offers clear guidelines for implementation, illustrated with realistic case examples. Approaches discussed include direct observation, analogue assessment, child self-reports, teacher and parent interviewing, informant reports, and self-monitoring procedures. Recommendations for working with culturally and linguistically diverse children and adolescents are also provided.
The theoretical and empirical underpinnings of the assessment strategies demonstrated here are thoroughly reviewed in the companion volume, Behavioral Assessment in Schools, Second Edition: Theory, Research, and Clinical Foundations.
About the Author
Edward S. Shapiro, PhD, is Professor of School Psychology and Chairperson of the Department of Education and Human Services at Lehigh University. The former editor of School Psychology Review, he is the author or coauthor of several books, including Academic Skills Problems, Second Edition; Academic Skills Problems Workbook; and Behavior Change in the Classroom. Currently, Dr. Shapiro is codirecting a project focused on training doctoral school psychologists as Pediatric School Psychologists. This model attempts to train students to integrate children's health care, psychological, and educational needs within school settings.
Thomas R. Kratochwill, PhD, is Director of the School Psychology Program and Psychoeducational Clinic at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Kratochwill has been associate editor of Behavior Therapy, the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, and School Psychology Review, and was selected as the founding editor of the APA Division 16 journal, Professional School Psychology (now School Psychology Quarterly). He is president of the Society for the Study of School Psychology and coauthor of the Task Force on Empirically Supported Interventions in School Psychology. Dr. Kratochwill has written or edited 23 books and made more than 100 presentations at professional meetings.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction: Conducting a Multidimensional Behavioral Assessment
Edward S. Shapiro and Thomas R. Kratochwill
2. Naturalistic Direct Observation in Educational Settings
Christopher H. Skinner, Katrina N. Rhymer, and E. Constance McDaniel
3. Analogue Assessment: Emotional/Behavioral Problems
John M. Hintze, Gary Stoner, and Mary H. Bull
4. Functional Analysis
Jennifer J. McComas, Hannah Hoch, and F. Charles Mace
Christine L. Cole, Tamara Marder, and Lori McCann
6. Self-Report: Rating Scale Measures
Tanya L. Eckert, Erin K. Dunn, Robin S. Codding, and Katie M. Guiney
7. Self-Report: Child Clinical Interviews
Stephanie H. McConaughy
8. Informant Report: Rating Scale Measures
Kenneth W. Merrell
9. Informant Report: Parent and Teacher Interviews
R. T. Busse and Barbara Rybski Beaver
10. Cultural and Linguistic Issues
Elisa M. Castillo, Stephen M. Quintana, and Manuel X. Zamarripa
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