Volume 8, Issue 2 (1979)
Increasing a World of Understanding in School Psychology Through International Communication and Cooperation
The years of 1969 to 1979 have seen a tremendous increase in the amount of interest and involvement in international communication and cooperation in the field of school psychology. Although most courses in psychology in the United States identify the European antecedents of modern theory, there is little reference in our school psychology literature about the application of psychology to the learning and behavior problems in the schools in other countries of the world.
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