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An attempt was made in this study to determine if teachers’ opinions on what constitutes a behavior problem from the standpoint of a child’s personal adjustment is the same or nearly the same as the opinions of psychologists. A similar study was made by Wickman.
As one part of the study a correlation of attitudes was made between a group of seventy-six third, fourth, and fifth grade Tulare County Teachers and eighteen school psychologists in the State of California.
As another part of the study a comparison was made by means of a questionnaire of the opinions of Ivanhoe Teachers with opinions of school psychologists both before and after an in-service training program. The psychologists all hold a psychology credential from the State of California and are engaged in psychology work in schools of the state.
Maxwell, Eugene Frederick. (1953). An evaluation of teachers' ability to recognize behavior problems in children. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1217
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