Children's needs 2

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George G. Bear, Kathleen M. Minke, Alex Thomas
National Association of School Psychologists, 1997 - Education - 975 pages
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An all-new & greatly expanded version of NASP's highly successful 1987 volume, designed to provide psychologists, mental health workers, & special educators with a single, authoritative source for practical, accurate & up-to-date information on the problems & issues facing children. Contains nearly 90 concise chapters covering child & adolescent development, family issues, academic achievement & physical health & well-being. Provides the theoretical & practical information you need to develop & implement effective, problem-solving interventions for a wide variety of issues, including aggressive behavior, brain injury, foster homes, giftedness, lying, religion, school phobia, self-concept, sleep disorders, sports, working parents & much more.

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