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BEHAVIOR disorders in children

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  • 1.   An evaluation of the effectiveness of intervention in families with children with behavioural problems within the context of a sure start programme

    This study aimed to examine whether a Tier 2 Behaviour Support Service within a local Sure Start project was able to bring about improvements in children's behaviour and the levels of stress experienced by parents

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 10 Page: 63-77 2004
    Eleanor A. Brown; Karola Dillenburger

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  • 2.   Evaluating the effectiveness of teacher training in Applied Behaviour Analysis

    This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of teacher training in abstract interventions for children with autism based upon Applied Behaviour Analysis

    Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, Vol: 9 Page: 209-227
    Ian M. Grey; Rita Honan; Brian McClean; Michael Daly

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  • 3.   Evaluation of video feedback and self-management to decrease schoolyard aggression and increase pro-social behaviour in two students with behavioural disorders

    This case report discusses the effectiveness of video-feedback and self-management interventions on the aggressive and pro-social behaviour of two primary school children

    Educational Psychology, Vol: 25 Page: 199-206
    Mark O'Reilly; Margaret O'Halloran; Jeff Sigafoos; Giulio E. Lancioni; Vanessa Green; Chaturi Edrisinha; Helen Cannella; Melissa Olive

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  • 4.   Parenting orders

    This article provides information about parenting orders among various countries in Europe. It includes Northern Ireland, which will conduct consultations as to whether parenting orders can be introduced in the region.

    Children & Young People Now, 2008
    Tristan Donovan

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