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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 34 No 3 September 2017: Emergent topics in educational psychology

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 34 No 3 September 2017: Emergent topics in educational psychology

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on bridging the gap between psychological assessment and educational instruction.




About the Contributors

Guest Editorial
Simon Gibbs, Charmian Hobbs, Sue Roffey & Phil Stringer

Developing school practice in preparing students for high-stake examinations in English and Mathematics
Deborah Flitcroft, Kevin Woods & David Putwain

Children's access to their right to play: Findings from two exploratory studies
Cathy Atkinson, Caroline Bond, Natasha Goodhall & Francesca Woods

Children's play with their imaginary companions: Parent experiences and perceptions of the characteristics of the imaginary companions and purposes served
Karen Majors & Ed Baines

Investigating the significance of social justice in educational psychology practice - A systematic literature reviews
Joanne Schulze, Laura Winter, Kevin Woods & Kath Tyldesley

Child psychology beyond the school gates: Empowering foster and adoptive parents of young people in public care, who have been rejected, neglected and abused
R.J. (Seán) Cameron

How educational professionals can improve the outcomes for transgender children and young people
Tabitha Bowskill (nee Holdsworth)

Critical reflection on peer supervision underpinning inter-agency work: EPs working experientially with a Youth Offending Service
Catherine Beal, Mary Chilokoa & Sharon Ladak

Understanding adolescent shame and pride at school: Mind-sets and perceptions of academic competence
Ellen Maria Cook, Tim Wildschut & Sander Thomaes

'You kind of pull back the layers': The experience of inter-professional supervision with educational psychologists
Maria Wedlock & Mark Turner



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