Behavior Management: A Nutritional Approach to the Behaviorally Disordered and Learning Disabled Child

Adler, Sol
December 1978
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Dec1978, Vol. 11 Issue 10
Academic Journal
Explores the potential use of nutrition therapy in behavior management programs for behaviorally disordered and learning disabled children. Reasons for the implementation of the behavior management program; Types of nutritional problems among school children including nutritional allergies and deficiencies; Elimination diet testing for food allergy.


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