A national survey of 216 school psychologists' perceptions of multicultural competence indicated that multicultural competence significantly increases as a function of hours of training and frequency of experience working with individuals from cultures different from their own. Results are discussed in the context of measurement limitations for multicultural competence and implications for trainers of school psychologists.
Trainers' Forum: Journal of the Trainer's of School Psychologists
Wright, J.B., Filter, K.J., Nolan, J.D., & Sifers, S. (2012). School Psychologists' Self-Perceptions of Multicultural Competence: The Relevance of Experience and Training. Trainers' Forum: Journal of the Trainer's of School Psychologists, 31(1), 7-20.
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Reprinted from Trainers' Forum: Journal of the Trainer's of School Psychologists, volume 31, issue number 1, Spring 2012, pages 7-20. Retrieved from: http://www.trainersofschoolpsychologists.org/TSP/Trainers_Forum_Archive_files/Trainers%20Forum%20Vol31-1.pdf
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