Practitioner Competencies Needed For Implementation of Behavioral Psychology in the Schools: Issues in Supervision
School Psychology Review
Examines the contemporary nature of supervision of behavioral psychologists within the context of the contributions now apparent for school psychology. Some conceptual and methodological issues are presented as an expanding baseline for future work in the area, and some possible outcomes anticipated from the behavioral approach to supervision are discussed. It is concluded that presentation of these issues provides a conceptual framework for the evolution of supervisory functions within the behavioral approach and the contributions it can make to research, theory, and practice in school psychology.
Kratochwill, T. R.,
Bergan, J. R.,
Mace, F. C.
(1981). Practitioner Competencies Needed For Implementation of Behavioral Psychology in the Schools: Issues in Supervision. School Psychology Review, 10(4), 434-444.
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