Parting Reflections on Education of Children with Emotional of Behavioral Disorders

Forness, Steven R.
November 2003
Education & Treatment of Children (ETC);Nov2003, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p320
Academic Journal
Reflects on education of children with emotional or behavior disorders. Expression of mild functional impairments and early symptoms; Concept of developmental psychology; Gradual emergence of psychiatric comorbidity.


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