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DECP Debate No 86 August 1998

DECP Debate No 86 August 1998

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DECP Debate acts as the voice of the Division of Educational and Child Psychology, an organ for the exchange of ideas, interests and views; a vehicle for communicating the concerns of the profession; and an instrument for two-way communication.


 

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Contents

Division Business and News
Chair's Notes
New Members
In and Out of Parliament
John Sheppard reports on events in parliament.
Newsletter Feedback
Leicester City EPS comment on the Newsletter.
Spotlight
Two articles on autism. Beryl Waddington-Jones explores the Lovaas intensive home-based programme. Rosie Abensour describes the transfer of an autistic child from a special unit to a mainstream school.
Hypnosis
Phil Jones and Tony Dunning review the history and applications of hypnosis in educational and applied psychology.
Education, Education, Education
Some probing thoughts on the present government's thinking on education.
Research in Brief
Chris Aston reviews Julie Allan's research on the role of mainstream pupils in the integration of children with special educational needs.
Book reviews
Dear Daphne
Correspondence
CPD Link
Information on continuing professional development, with the focus on doctoral developments and research.
Notices

 


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