Research & Facilities
Students in the School Psychology EdS program have multiple opportunities to work with faculty on research studies. Faculty researchers are funded by high profile organizations like the Gates Foundation, the Fogarty International Center of the National Institutes of Health and the Society for the Study of School Psychology. Faculty members serve as assistant editors and on editorial boards of publications such as the School Psychology Review and the Journal of School Psychology. In addition faculty maintain high-level positions in prominent organizations like Division 16 (School Psychology Division) of the American Psychological Association.
Research Centers & Clinics
Temple University’s Psychoeducational Clinic provides comprehensive psychoeducational evaluations for adolescents, children and young adults who are experiencing academic difficulties. Such difficulties may be related to behavioral, emotional or social problems; learning disabilities; or neurological impairment. Learn more about the Psychoeducational Clinic in the College of Education and Human Development.
The School Psychology faculty have active research labs, such as the SEAD Research Group, and are leaders in assessment research within larger university centers, such as the Center for Assessment and Evaluation.