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Several studies have demonstrated the importance of comparing different informants' (i.e., teachers, parents, observers) reports of children's behavior. A study comparing Jamaican and U.S. teacher reports on children ages 6 to II revealed that Jamaican teachers reported higher problem scores in...
The effectiveness of academic and social skills interventions were compared using first-grade students identified by their classroom teachers as at risk for behavior problems. The aim of this study was to determine whether an academic or a social skills intervention would be more effective in...
Two-year outcomes are reported for a school-based early intervention program for 82 children identified as at risk for emotional disturbance (ED) by their kindergarten teachers. Matched pairs of children were randomly assigned to Parent-Teacher Action Research (PTAR) teams or to a control group...
Research using new direct observation procedures to analyze classroom social behavior of children with emotional and behavior disorders (EBD) is reviewed.These observation systems are complex but allow a sequential analysis of social interaction sequences that should prove helpful in...
This article provides mental health professionals with a contemporary review of the youth violence literature by discussing relevant psychosocial risk factors, treatment approaches, prevention programs, and recommendations. PsycINFO, Medline, and manual searches of the literature were conducted...
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