The bidirectional relationship between achievement and externalizing

Richards, Cathy M.; Symons, Douglas K.
January 1995
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jan1995, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p8
Academic Journal
Examines the bidirectional relationship between academic achievement and externalizing behavior problems of learning disabled adolescents. Subjects; Measures; Procedure; Behavior problem scores; Underachievement.


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