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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 19 No 4 2002

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 19 No 4 2002

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology.




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Standard assessment tasks and children with a history of specific language impairment: Evidence of residual learning difficulties in relation to junior school placement
Nicola Botting, Wendy McCracken & Gina Conti-Ramsden

Social cognitive development of children with learning difficulties
Dabie Nabuzoka & Janet Empson

A possible method for operationalising British Psychological Society Division of Educational and Child Psychology standards: A case study in one Educational Psychology Service and an evaluation
Cheryl Massey, Ali Taylor, Irvine S. Gersch & Simon Gibbs

Consulting with children and young people: Young people's views of a Psychological Service
Richard C. Woolfson & Michael E. Harker

Differences in learning to spell: Relationships between cognitive profiles and learning responses to teaching methods
Sally Weeks, Peter Brooks & John Everatt

Individualisation of learning in mainstream schoolchildren
Peter Brooks, Sally Weeks & John Everatt

Community, cohersion inclusive education
Ben Hayes

The role of analogy use in improving early spelling performance
Sybella Kirkbride & Barlow C. Wright


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