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Volume 13, Issue 4 (1984)

Issues and Concerns for Microcomputer Uses in School Psychology

pp. 469—472

ABSTRACT: Microcomputers and associated technologies will continue to impact on the practice of school psychology. This article discusses four issues about which school psychologists should be sensitive in order to maximize the positive professional contributions of these technologies:(a) perceiving microcomputer technology in societal and professional context, (b) being aware of ethical considerations of various professional uses, (c) maintaining a sense of efficacy and control over potential uses, and (d) focusing on creative professional applications.

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