Factors affecting the impact of social interaction skills interventions in early childhood

Peterson, Carla A.; McConnell, Scott R.
March 1993
Topics in Early Childhood Special Education;Spring93, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p38
Academic Journal
Highlights the need for effective social interaction skills interventions for special children ad reviews available intervention procedures and packages. Features of social interaction interventions; Impact of social skills interaction interventions; Factors affecting likelihood of implementation.


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