Case studies using functional analysis for young children with behavior risks

Kamps, Debra M.; Ellis, Cynthia
August 1995
Education & Treatment of Children (ETC);Aug95, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p243
Academic Journal
Case Study
Presents case studies that use functional analysis for young children with behavior risks. Classroom behaviors; Peer social interaction; Classroom observations.


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