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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 23 No 1 2006: Community Psychology: Theoretical and Practical Implications for Educational Psychologists

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 23 No 1 2006: Community Psychology: Theoretical and Practical Implications for Educational Psychologists

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme is of this issue is Community Psychology: Theoretical and Practical Implications for Educational Psychologists


 

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Editorial

The educational psychologist as community psychologist: Holistic child psychology across home, school and community
Tommy MacKay

Every child's parent matters: Community educational psychology and the Plymouth Parent Partnership Service
Peter Jones

Community science and expanded school mental health: Bridging the research to practice gap to promote child well-being and academic success
Paul D. Flaspohler, Dawn Anderson-Butcher, Carl E. Paternite, Mark Weist & Abraham Wandersman

Building bridges between universities and middle schools: A teacher-centred collaboration
Jean E. Rhodes & Paul M. Camic

Using an empowerment model in developing the service delivery of community projects
Vanessa Wood

Developing a community psychology orientation in an educational psychology service
Phil Stringer, Julia Powell & Sheila Burton

Educational psychology in Scotland: More community than school based?
Elizabeth N. King & Mark Wilson

Challenging expectations for every child through innovation, regeneration and reinvention
Brian Davis & Sharon Cahill

 

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