NASP Research Center
The NASP Research Center provides access to empirical research on the profession of school psychology and information on the research activities of the Association.
Research @ NASP
NASP conducts, facilitates, and publishes research on a number of topics relevant to school psychologists. Through the use of surveys and strategic research partnerships NASP collects and disseminates information to school psychologists, policy makers, and the general public. These studies help support NASP in its advocacy efforts. NASP members are also eligible to apply for funding to support their own projects.
NASP provides resources for both practicing school psychologists and researchers. For topics of particular importance, NASP reviews and synthesizes current research for easy and quick review in our research summaries. Members are eligible to apply to use data obtained by NASP, including information on school psychology workforce and employment conditions. NASP members also are able to access our peer-reviewed journal School Psychology Review (SPR), which publishes research on a wide variety of topics applicable to school psychology.
Check out the latest information on the shortages in school psychology!
NASP Research Reports
NASP Research Reports (NRR) is a peer-reviewed, electronic publication managed by the NASP Research Committee. It is published on an as-needed basis and is disseminated free of charge to education and mental health professionals, researchers, policy makers, and the general public. Recent articles have focused on graduate education and employment conditions in school psychology.
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2020 Member Survey
Find out the latest on employment conditions and practices. Results from the 2021 Survey are now available!
NASP Graduate Education Report
The latest information on graduate education in school psychology is now available from NASP Research Reports.
COVID-19 and Youth Mental Health
Read a research summary with the latest research on Youth Mental Health during the COVID-19 pandemic
NASP Membership Demographics: Data as of April 7, 2021 (PDF)
NASP is collecting member demographics to better assess the diversity of the profession. View the current data as of April 2021. As this represents only 18.7% of our membership, this should not be interpreted as the actual ratio of NASP members in each demographic category.
Our most popular publication, Communiqué is mailed to members eight times a year. You can also access current and archived issues over the last decade on our website. … more
Scholarly advances in research, training, and practice related to psychology and education, and specifically to school psychology. … more