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HBSK 4025 Professional and ethical functions of school psychologists

Permission required. Overview of issues associated with the school psychologist's roles within educational settings including assessment, intervention, and consultation. Education and disability law and ethics are stressed.

HBSK 4072 Theory and Techniques of Assessment and Intervention in Reading

Provides an overview of theories and research pertaining to reading acquisition and assessment and intervention techniques for reading across the lifespan. Content is organized according to four major themes: the psychology of reading development, language structures, assessment, and intervention. Materials fee: $35.

HBSK 4073 Childhood Disorders

Information involving the symptoms, life-course, prevalence, and etiology of a number of psychiatric disorders that are manifested in childhood and adolescence is presented. Information involving assessment and treatment is also considered. This course considers psycho-educational assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of child and adolescent disorders. A testing lab is included.

HBSK 4074 Development of Reading Comprehension

Reading and study skills: Practical procedures based on research findings appropriate for teachers, counselors, and others. Discussion focuses on students in the middle elementary grades through young adulthood.

HBSK 5031 Family as a context for child development

Prerequisite: Any introductory developmental psychology course. Examines theories of family functioning and empirical evidence of family processes that mediate child and adolescent development outcomes. Emphasis on family factors associated with children's cognitive, emotional, and academic development, including home-school collaboration and social functioning within cultural contexts. Materials fee: $10.

HBSK 5050 Cognitive and Behavioral Interventions for Youth

This course is intended to provide graduate students in psychology with an introduction to the application of cognitive behavioral interventions for the treatment of childhood disorders. The theoretical foundations of major cognitive-behavioral therapies for the treatment of psychological disorders will be studied. Treatment skills, including clinical interviewing and basic therapeutic skills, will be presented. Further, empirically supported therapeutic interventions for some of the most common psychological disorders experienced by school age children will be discussed. An introduction to cognitive behavioral case formulation and individual treatment planning will be integrated throughout the class. Empirical data pertaining to the use and efficacy of cognitive behavioral interventions with diverse populations will be reviewed. Ethical considerations will be presented and highlighted.

HBSK 5051 Child-adolescent PTSD and related disorders

Permission required. This course presents information about the history, epidemiology, etiology, assessment, prevention, and cognitive-behavioral treatment of child-adolescent post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and related internalizing disorders. Analogue diagnostic and treatment training is provided.

HBSK 5085 Observing and assessing preschool children

Overview of assessment procedures used with preschool and kindergarten-age children including review of related tests, the development of observation procedures, and the development of screening programs. Materials fee: $75.

HBSK 5096 The psychology of memory: Cognitive and affective bases

The course focuses on several themes related to cognition and affect: historical and philosophical foundations, the effects of context. An analysis of perspectives on human memory with particular attention to knowledge, attention, strategic processes, meta-cognition, transfer, and context. The application of this information to practice is stressed.

HBSK 5271

Supervised experience in a school, hospital, or community clinic focusing on psychoeducational assessment, counseling, remediation, and consultation. Prerequisite: HBSK 5280. Students can register for this course up to six times.

HBSK 5273 Supervised fieldwork in remedial reading and school difficulties: Supervised experience in supervision

Advanced doctoral students are supervised in their supervision of the comprehensive psychoeducational assessments with clients in the Center for Educational and Psychological Services performed by first-year school psychology students enrolled in HBSK 6380.

HBSK 5280 Fieldwork in school psychological services

Permission required. Limited to second-year students in School Psychology. Must be taken concurrently with HBSK 6382-HBSK 6383. Supervised school-based experience in psychoeducational practice (two days per week for the entire academic year). Includes university-based supervision. Supervisory fee: $100.

HBSK 5320

Permission required. This is a year-long course open to Ed.M. and doctoral students in School Psychology. Background, administration, and interpretation of major psychological tests from both nomothetic and ideographic perspectives. Both courses cover the administration of major cognitive and personality measures and the interpretation and integration of data into case reports. Lecture plus lab/supervisory section. Supervisory fee: $100; materials fee: $50 per term.

HBSK 5321 Individual Psychological Testing II

Permission required. This is a year-long course open to Ed.M. and doctoral students in School Psychology. Background, administration, and interpretation of major psychological tests from both nomothetic and ideographic perspectives. Both courses cover the administration of major cognitive and personality measures and the interpretation and integration of data into case reports. Lecture plus lab/supervisory section. Supervisory fee: $100; materials fee: $100 per term.

HBSK 5378 Practicum in psycho-educational assessment of school subject difficulties

Covers the assessment of academic skills, especially reading and cognitive functioning. The administration, scoring, and meaningful interpretation of test performance are addressed. Students work in pairs with client.

HBSK 5480 School Psychology Internship - EdM

Permission required. Limited to Ed.M. or doctoral students in school psychology. Supervised experience in the delivery of psychological services in approved and appropriate agencies, institutions, and schools.

HBSK 6362 Group Work Children & Adolescents

The course, through lectures, experiential activities and in-class supervision, prepares school psychologists in training to plan for and lead counseling and psychoeducation groups for children and adolescents in schools.

HBSK 6380 Practicum in psycho-educational assessment with culturally diverse students

Permission required. Supervised experience in psychoeducational assessment, including observation, interviewing, and testing of children and youth from culturally diverse backgrounds; integration and interpretation of data. Consideration of intervention procedures. Students work with clients in the Dean Hope Center. Additional supervisory session required. Supervisory fee: $100. Materials fee: $50.

HBSK 6382 Advanced practicum in psycho-educational interventions in schools

Permission required. Concurrent registration in HBSK 5280 required for all School Psychology students. Cognitive-behavioral interventions with children, adolescents, and their families. Special fee: $75.

HBSK 6383

Permission required. Prerequisites: HBSK 5320 and either BBSN 5033 or BBSN 5070. Analysis, administration, and interpretation of special procedures used to assess brain damage/dysfunction in adults and children. Special fee: $35.

HBSK 6480 School psychologist internship

Permission required. Limited to Ed.M. or doctoral students in school psychology. Supervised experience in the delivery of psychological services in approved and appropriate agencies, institutions, and schools.

HBSK 6570 Research in applied educational psychology: Neurosciences and Education

Permission required. Prerequisite: familiarity with statistical procedures and research design. Students participate in ongoing research or other special projects under the direction of a faculty member.

HBSK 6571 Research in applied educational psychology: Cognitive processes and strategies in young children

Permission required. Prerequisite: familiarity with statistical procedures and research design. Students participate in ongoing research or other special projects under the direction of a faculty member.

HBSK 6572 Research in applied educational psychology: Underserved Youth and School Mental Health

Permission required. Prerequisite: familiarity with statistical procedures and research design. Students participate in ongoing research or other special projects under the direction of a faculty member.

HBSK 6574 Research in applied educational psychology: Cognitive processes related to studying

Permission required. Prerequisite: familiarity with statistical procedures and research design. Students participate in ongoing research or other special projects under the direction of a faculty member.

HBSK 6576 Research in applied educational psychology: Acquisition of reading and writing ability

Permission required. Prerequisite: familiarity with statistical procedures and research design. Students participate in ongoing research or other special projects under the direction of a faculty member.

HBSK 6577 Research in applied educational psychology: Psychoeducational aspects of deafness

Permission required. Prerequisite: familiarity with statistical procedures and research design. Students participate in ongoing research or other special projects under the direction of a faculty member.

HBSK 6578 Research in applied educational psychology: Family and school violence

Permission required. Prerequisite: familiarity with statistical procedures and research design. Students participate in ongoing research or other special projects under the direction of a faculty member.

HBSK 6584 Seminar: school psychology consultation

In this course, students develop and practice basic skills in school consultation and counseling. Through readings, discussions, presentations, and role plays, students demonstrate an understanding of counseling theories and approaches, approaches to consultation, as well as practices consistent with professional ethics and legal standards. Students reflect on their own cultural background and acquire knowledge relevant to cross-cultural consultations.

HBSK 7503 Dissertation seminar: Schooling and Reading

Permission required.

HBSK 8902 Dissertation advisement: Schooling and Reading

Permission required. Individual advisement on doctoral dissertations. Fee to equal 3 points at current tuition rate for each term. For more information please see section on continuous registration for Ed.D. degree.

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