The article reviews research on the Norwegian Educational Psychological service (EPS) in the period spanning 2000–2015. The material investigated consists of high quality research in terms of PhD studies and blind peer-reviewed articles. The analysis revealed three overall categories: research on work behaviour and professional identity; research on specific problem areas and expert assessment; and research on collaboration and users’ experiences. The purpose of the article is to highlight and map out investigated areas, to identify where little or no research has been conducted, and to make suggestions for further research.

Keywords: Norwegian Educational Psychology services, reviewed research