Educational & Child Psychology Vol 29 No 3 September 2012: Psychological Perspectives on Transition: Theory and Practice (Part Two)

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 29 No 3 September 2012: Psychological Perspectives on Transition: Theory and Practice (Part Two)
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ISBN 0267-1611; 978-1-85433-708-5

Summary 

A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on Psychological Perspectives on Transition: Theyro and Practice (Part Two).

 

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Contents

About the Contributors

Guest Editorial
Sandra Dunsmuir & Phil Stringer

Effective transition to secondary school for shy, less confident children: A case study using 'Pyramid' group work
Rachel Lyons & Kevin Woods

Supporting transition from primary to secondary school using the Protective Behaviours programme
Kathy Y.K. Choi

Exploring the effects of the 'Seasons for Growth' intervention for pupils experiencing change and loss
Anna Riley

How did young people identified as presenting with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties experience a person-centred transition review meeting?
Michelle Taylor-Brown

Transitions from school to work: Applying psychology to 'NEET'
Christopher Arnold & Tracey Baker

Educational psychologists in the community: Supporting parents of children with Down syndrome through times of transition
Zoe Byrnes

Adoption: The lucky ones or the Cinderellas of children in care?
Jenny Syne, Rob Green & Josh Dyer


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