Volume 8, Issue 3 (1979)
Preschool Psychology: A Personal View
ABSTRACT: This paper represents a portrait of the author’s experience in three “nontraditional” roles as a school psychologist in several early childhood education programs. The roles described are those of consultant, program developer, and researcher. It is argued that both fields-school psychology and early childhood education-will benefit if school psychologists are given the opportunity to function in a variety of roles.
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