Canadian Journal of School Psychology (CJSP)
Publisher: SAGE Publications
The Canadian Journal of School Psychology (CJSP) is the official journal of
the Canadian Association of School Psychologists. Focusing on the theory,
research, and practice of psychology in education, the journal provides an
important forum for practitioners in school psychology, educational
psychology, behavioral/cognitive psychology, and other branches of
psychology used within educational settings and social services (including
prisons, mental health facilities, and special education facilities).
Each quarterly issue of CJSP offers broad-based, multidisciplinary original
research, reviews, case studies, and media reviews on topics such as:
* Changes in school demographics and cultural diversity
* Early identification of learning, emotional, and social problems
* Ecological and environmental aspects of behavior
* Education of exceptional children
* Ethical, training, and practice standards
* Evidence-driven psychological assessment
* Immigrant and indigenous populations
* Intelligence, personality and conantive measures
* Interdisciplinary collaboration
* Prevention strategies
* Resiliency and wellness
* Responses-to-intervention (the RTI model)
* Standardized tests
* Theoretical and applied psychology in educational settings
The Canadian Journal of School Psychology offers a truly global perspective
on the key issues that every school psychologist faces in his/her everyday
CJSP invites articles reflecting theory, research, and practice of
psychology in education and the specialization of School Psychology.
Relevant book and test reviews are also welcome.
Dr. Donald H. Saklofske
University of Calgary
Content available by subscription.
Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.
Current Issue: June 2007, Volume 22, No. 1
Date: 25 July 2007