Teacher Preferences for Service Delivery: A Look at Attribution Research.
School Psychology Quarterly
Reviews the literature on teacher attributions and discusses the relevance of causal attributions to teacher preferences for service delivery (i.e., referral for psychoeducational assessment, consultation). Literature is reviewed in the context of B. Weiner's proposed dimensions of causality. In addition, practical implications for this literature are discussed, and future research endeavors exploring the relationship between causal attributions and preferences for service delivery are outlined.
Waguespack, A. M.,
Moore, L. A.
(1993). Teacher Preferences for Service Delivery: A Look at Attribution Research.. School Psychology Quarterly, 8(2), 153-158.
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