Educational & Child Psychology Vol 23 No 3 2006: Intervention-based psychological assessment: New approaches and perspectives

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 23 No 3 2006: Intervention-based psychological assessment: New approaches and perspectives
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ISBN 978-1-85433-467-1; 0267-1611

Summary 

A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme is of this issue is Intervention-based psychological assessment: New approaches and perspectives.

 

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Contents

About the contributors

Editorial

Using children's 'ability to learn' in diagnosis and assessment
Wilma C.M. Resing

Towards needs-based assessment: Bridging the gap between assessment and practice
Noëlle Pameijer

Difficulties and dilemmas in the assessment of special educational needs
Peter Tymms & Julian Elliott

Superiority: Always and everywhere? On some misconceptions in the validation of dynamic testing
Jens F. Beckmann

Assessing aspects of the teacher-child relationship: A critical ingredient of a practice-oriented psycho-diagnostic approach
Helma M.Y. Koomen, Karine Verschueren & Jochem T. Thijs

Analogical reasoning in students with moderate intellectual disability: Reasoning capacity limitations or memory overload?
Fredi Büchel

Dynamic assessment and a reversal task: A contribution to needs-based assessment
Tirza Bosma & Wilma C.M. Resing

'Assessment for learning' and its relevance to educational psychology
David Gavine, Linda Auchterlonie & Jonathan Godson

 

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