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The Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology is a collection of essays that define the role of the educational psychologist. Topics covered include aggression, the relationship between poverty and achievement in schools, lifelong learning, quantitative methods, and emerging adulthood, early intervention, inclusion, cultural diversity, and the role of athletics in the schools all of which carry important implications for public policy decisions. Each entry includes a bibliography for further reading.
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