The October-December 2011 Journal of Applied School Psychology was a special issue focusing on school psychologists who work with gifted students. The issue was co-edited by the Belin-Blank Center’s Megan Foley Nicpon (who also co-authored the introduction to the issue). Also in the special issue is an article on twice-exceptionality and its implications for school psychologists by the Center’s Susan Assouline and Claire Whiteman.
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