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Volume 9, Issue 2 (1980)

Book Reviews

pp. 181—185

The recent plethora of literature on consultation, specifically aimed at the school psychologist,reflects a changing role in the field and perhaps the crystallization of a professional identity. This is also consistent with studies (Meachum and Peckham, 1978) looking at the preferred functions of school psychologists.

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