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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 17 No 2 2000: Educational psychology and special educational needs

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 17 No 2 2000: Educational psychology and special educational needs

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme of this issue is Educational psychology and special educational needs.


 

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About the contributors

Editorial

Educational psychology and special educational needs: How they relate and where is the relationship going?
Brahm Norwich

Quality and quantity demands in educational psychology: Strategic objectives for the 21st Century
Rodney Maliphant

Educational psychology and the future of special educational needs legislation
Tommy MacKay

Moving towards inclusion: Implications for professional psychological services
K. Wedell

The early reading research: Applying psychology to classroom practice
Jonathan Solity

The work of learning support assistants in mainstream schools: Implications for educational psychologists
Peter Farrell, Maggie Balshaw & Filiz Polat

Psychology in education - adding more value
Susan R. Kerfoot & André J. Imich

The 'new professionalism' and the future of educational psychology
Alec Webster & Eric Hoyle

 

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