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Volume 3, Issue 2 (1974)

Book Review

pp. 64—65

This exceptionally well-written book, aimed essentially at college students considering a service profession, has been carefully conceived by the expert authors. The publisher is commended for selecting these reputable psychologists to write this definitive, introductory work, another fine addition to the Foundations of Modern Psychology series. Without extremist positions, this refreshingly honest, authoritative, and logically organized book portrays the many facets, functions and problems in school psychology. We have needed such a reference for students and practitioners alike as it contains the basic facts and broad concerns of the profession.

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