Published January 1988
by Cobb & Henry .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||429|
Psychoeducational Assessment and Intervention for Ethnic Minority Children: Evidence-Based Approaches (Division Applying Psychology in the Schools) by Jamilia Blake and Graves Jr., Scott Lee | This book identifies the practices and issues which should be considered in developing and providing diagnostic-intervention services with minority group children. The content of the book is organized to describe and examine issues and practices within four dimensions: historical precedence; current standards set forth by professional associations, legislation and judicial action; available. A selective review of literature on the revised Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC-R) is presented to relate research results to test interpretation. Included are inferences drawn from factor analyses, subtest specificity, subtest profiles for some exceptional populations assessment of minority group children, and IQ differences. A case of a bilingual language-learning disabled child Psychoeducational assessment of minority group children () Henriette W. Langdon, San Jose State University.
Antonio E. Puente, Miguel Perez Garcia, in Handbook of Psychological Assessment (Third Edition), Acculturation. If a minority group does poorly on a test, relative to a majority group, two interpretations may be used to account for the discrepancy. A rather emotional one is provided by Jensen () — that the difference is accounted for by biological factors such as genetics. Paniagua, F A , Assessing and treating culturally diverse clients: a practical guide, Multicultural aspects of counseling and psychotherapy series 4, 3rd edn, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA, viewed 28 April , doi: / Group Psychoeducational: a minimum of 30 clock hours (45 clock hours recommended) supervised practice conducting a psychoeducational group appropriate to the age and clientele of the group leader's specialty area (e.g., school counseling, student development counseling, community counseling, mental health counseling). Assessment and Culture challenges the classical approach to the assessment of minority populations by pointing out the deficiencies in this approach and offers instead a bio-cultural model of assessment. The principle objective of this book is to help mental health professionals to more accurately assess individuals from various ethnic.
Abstract. The insistent demand for “nondiscriminatory” testing procedures in psychoeducational assessment, especially of children from minority groups, has had a substantial base in case law (e.g., Larry P. v. Wilson Riles, ; Mattie T. et al., by: This validity study examined the validity of Assessment, Evaluation, and Programming System, 2nd Edition (AEPS ®), a curriculum-based, authentic assessment for infants and young children. This textbook provides in-depth instruction for conducting psychoeducational assessments of children in grades K and conveying results through detailed, well-written reports. old age group. Dr. Lavado completed her post-doctoral training at a private practice, where she specialized in neuropsychological, psychoeducational, psychological, and developmental evaluations. She is the co-author of the book: Minority and Cross-Cultural Aspects of Neuropsychological Assessment: Enduring and Emerging Trends. Dr.