In support of transferring research into best practices, ASPP is offering a service to both researchers and practitioners.
For researchers, we invite you to post the information about your project and how school psychologists in PA may be able to assist in your study. In order for us to do this we need to gather information from you. Please submit a description of your study, your IRB approval, and any other supporting documents. We will post your information on the this page as well as our Facebook Page along with any appropriate links. We do not email blast our members.
Please review the Research Opportunites policies and procedures before requesting a posting.
To request a posting on the research opportunities page, contact the website committee through the Contact Us page.
For our members, please make sure to check out the current research opportunities and help support the advancement of our field!
The ASPP Executive Board is pleased to announce one research opportunity for the review period of May – August 2014. The Research Subcommittee has reviewed all requests and believes this one is of considerable merit. We, therefore, endorse this study for our members to individually consider. What follows is a brief synopsis of the study and how ASPP members can participate.
School Consultation Practices in the Early Career: Does Training Matter?
This research is being conducted by three faculty: Dr. Daniel Newman (National Louis University), Dr. Courtenay Barrett (Utah State University), and Dr. Cynthia Hazel (University of Denver).
Dear Fellow School Psychologists:
We are asking you to complete a survey that investigates the link between pre-service consultation training and the enactment of the consultant role for early career (EC) school psychologists. The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.
Given the importance of this study, we will donate $1.00 to the NASP Minority Scholarship Fund for each completed survey, and raffle copies of the new edition of NASP Best Practices (BP) to two randomly selected participants.
Here is a link to the survey:
We appreciate your time and commitment to school psychology!