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An Exploration of the assessment for intervention model in an Irish educational psychological context (2019-11-28)Aims The current research sought to explore the utility of the Assessment for Intervention (AFI) model in bridging the gap between assessment and intervention, through the conceptual lens of Ecological Systems Theory (EST) ...
Can verbal working memory and processing speed distinguish between children who have English as an additional language and children with developmental language disorder? (2019-11-28)Background: Children with English as an Additional Language (EAL) often present with language difficulties and make errors that are similar to children with Developmental Language Disorder (DLD). Apparent language difficulties, ...
An exploration into the activities, perceptions, and understandings of the role of the psychologist in infant mental health service provision (2019-11-28)Aims: Research in the field of Infant Mental Health (IMH) suggests a lack of clarity and understanding regarding the practice of IMH and the boundaries that define the roles of professionals who work in this area. The ...
What works: exploring the impact of a modified, universal, emotional regulation module for transition year students in an Irish post-primary school (2019-11-12)Aims: The aim of this research was to explore the impact of a modified, emotional regulation module for a universal group of adolescents (Mean Age=15.49), in an Irish post-primary school. The study sought to examine ‘what ...
(Peter Lang, 2007)Given the dominance of English as the main language of academia (and we acknowledge the political implications of this statement), an accurate pedagogical description of it is important for those of us who are attempting ...