Perceptions of School Psychological Services from Korean College Students’ Perspective: Does Student Gender or Status Make a Difference?
- Kamonwan Tangdhanakanond Dong Hun Lee Teara Archwamety Thomas Oakland Young-Soon Lee
- Journal of The Korean Data Analysis Society (JKDAS)
- Vol.13 No.1
- 등재여부 : KCI등재
- 1 - 16 (16 pages)
The purpose of the present study was to investigate Korean college students’ perceptions on school psychological services. Two hundreds thirty-eight undergraduate students in the College of Education at a leading university in South Korea participated in the present study. Each student rated the various school psychological services and specified who should assume those services in the absence of a school psychologist. It was found that school psychological services rated by female students were statistically significantly higher (p<.01) than those rated by male students. Juniors rated counseling students, intervention, consultation with teachers, and consultation with parents significantly more important (p<.01) than sophomores did. However, sophomores rated assessment significantly more important (p<.01) than juniors did. The results on who should perform the various school psychological services in South Korea were also discussed.