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  • Adolescent Suicide Prevention in the Context of Social Media—Part 1: Overview

    Volume 48 Issue 3

    Volume 48 Issue 3

    Social media has enabled far-reaching connections among adolescents, thereby increasing exposure to an individual adolescent’s suicide. The first of this two-part series provides an overview of social media as a context for adolescent suicide prevention efforts. Part 2 will continue next month with ...

  • A Glimpse Into the Future of Assessment in School Psychology

    Volume 47 Issue 3

    Volume 47 Issue 3

    A student is led into a small room in his school. He is given a pair of virtual reality glasses and haptic feedback gloves. The student is told to sit at a school desk while the technician loads up a virtual classroom where reading is being taught. After 20 minutes, the scene changes for the student ...

  • Artificial Intelligence Based Therapy

    Volume 48 Issue 4

    Volume 48 Issue 4

    Schools are not unique in their ongoing challenge to try and address people's mental health needs. Government, universities, and businesses are all trying to address the issue. ...

  • A Social Network for Researchers

    Volume 44 Issue 5

    Researchers spend a great deal of time reviewing journal databases, collecting and analyzing data, writing articles, and presenting at conferences. All of the time and energy spent on the research leads the researcher to believe that others will be as interested in her area of research as she is. Ho ...

  • Browsing the Internet With Privacy in Mind

    Volume 48 Issue 5

    Volume 48 Issue 5

    School psychologists use the Internet every day, generating an electronic trail that includes activity logs, Web cookies, and even screen pixels. This article describes various tools that can be used to improve the privacy of browsing. ...

  • Practical Tech
    BYOD: Friend or Foe

    Volume 43 Issue 1

    Practical Tech By Susan Jarmuz-Smith BYOD: Friend or Foe? Years, or decades, ago there was limited personal access to technology. This was mainly due to its high cost (my first Gateway computer set me back $4,000) and lack of usability—after all, who needed a big clunky computer at home (ot ...

  • Committing to a Technology

    Volume 45 Issue 4

    This column discusses the challenges with choosing technology and presents a few solutions for use in practice. ...

  • Communiqué Volume 48, Number 8 (June 2020)

    Download Print Edition 2020 NASP Practice Standards and the ESPS Recognition Program By Eric Rossen & Katherine C. Cowan The NASP Practice Model represents NASP's official policy (our practice standards) regarding the delivery of school psychological services. Recently, NASP leadership approved ...

  • Communiqué Volume 48, Number 7 (May 2020)

    Download Print Edition The Use of Time-Out and Seclusion for Students With Disabilities: The Latest Case Law Update By Perry A. Zirkel Seclusion, including time-out and other aversives, such as restraint, continue to be an active area of legal activity, particularly for students with disabilities. T ...

  • Just a Click Away
    Empirical Research at Your Fingertips

    Volume 42 Issue 8

    Just a Click Away By Dan Florell Empirical Research at the Tip of Your Fingers There has been a conundrum in school psychology that has been around since the field began. The issue is how to get the latest research into practice in the shortest time possible. Typically, it takes several years for ...

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