Perceived and preferred roles of 67 school psychologists in early childhood special-education programs were examined in a partial replication with 268 respondents in Illinois of Mowder, Willis, and Widerstrom's work. The most commonly cited reason for consultation with school psychologists was related to psychological assessment, with information on… (More)
Participants were 147 undergraduates majoring in programs classified as more professional (education, n = 28; business, n = 33) or less professional (natural sciences, n = 36; social science, n = 50) and more people-oriented (education, social sciences) or less people-oriented (business, natural sciences). They completed self-report tests for 13 personality… (More)
15 teachers completed the Behavioral Academic Self-Esteem Scale (alpha = .93) for 71 preschoolers. Teachers rated self-esteem positively. Three factors were identified, confident approach, adaptability to routines, and dealing with failure/frustration.