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Volume 13, Issue 3 (1984)

Preschool Screening: The School Psychologist's Perspective

pp. 363—374

ABSTRACT: Preschool assessment is seen as a continuum consisting of five phases. School psychologists have traditionally entered during the diagnostic phase while their contributions during the screening phase have been minimal. The purpose of this article is to broaden the school psychologist’s perspective regarding preschool screening and in the process introduce some specific screening activities which closely parallel the school psychologist’s established professional skills.

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