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Volume 10, Issue 2 (1981)

On Such a Full Sea

pp. 138—181

School psychology is inextricably linked to the founts of knowledge which make it potentially,if not always, a substantive specialty capable of significant contribution to the education and welfare of children. We draw heavily from the knowledge generated theoretically by academic psychology and practically from the work of colleagues in other psychological specialties.We are bonded also to the fields of education and special education, which generate theory and technique applicable to the practice of school psychology and to many other relevant sources of information.

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