Management of Conduct Problems in Young Children: A Practitioner's Review
This paper delineates a number of recent treatment approaches to arrest the development of conduct problems in young children as a means of informing teachers, school counsellors and other practitioners.
||Conduct Problems, Children, Early Intervention
International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp.149-154.
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Dr Stephen Larmar has worked in the fields of Education and Psychology for the past twelve years. In recent years he has worked as a counsellor, university lecturer and educational consultant focussing on children and adolescents with special needs and families at-risk. He is currently working as a full-time lecturer at Griffith University, Queensland. He holds undergraduate and post graduate qualifications in Education, and has a Masters degree in Educational Psychology and a PhD in psychology.
Dr Terry Gatfield is a senior lecturer in the Department of Marketing at Griffith University Queensland Australia. He has published over 80 articles with a primary focus on consumer behaviour in an international marketing context.
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