Antisocial Behavior in School: Evidence-based Practices

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Thomson/Wadsworth, 2004 - Education - 414 pages
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This classic in the literature of child violence and antisocial behavior has been updated to include coverage of the most recent and important school safety, prevention, and universal intervention programs. ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN SCHOOL has often been commended for its comprehensive coverage of the nature, origins, and causes of antisocial behavior as well its consistent focus on the best practices, interventions, and model programs for preventing and remediating this most destructive of behavior disorders. The authors' practical focus is reinforced by the inclusion of many useful tools for teachers and other professionals including worksheets, guidelines, assessment instruments, and a full chapter of case studies built around best practices for working with antisocial students.

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Antisocial Behavior Conduct Disorder Delinquency and violence Among
Issues Guidelines and Resources for Use in Implementing SchoolBased
Best Practices in Assessment of Antisocial Behavior

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Hill M. Walker is the founder and co-director of the Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior at the University of Oregon.

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