Testing and your child: what you should know about 150 of the most common medical, educational, and psychological tests
Everything you need to know about over 150 educational, psychological, and medical tests parents may be asked to authorize for their children. The author explains the various tests and what each seeks to establish, giving a full description of the procedures involved. A priceless resource for any parent, but of special interest to those with gifted or learning-disabled children.
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Touchpoints: Your Child's Emotional and Behavioral Development
T. Berry Brazelton
No preview available - 1992
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