Students with Emotional and Behavior Disorders : An Introduction for Teachers and Other Helping Professionals
For undergraduate and graduate courses in Introduction to Emotional and Behavior Disorders of Children and Adolescents.In one of the most comprehensive books available on dealing with emotional and behavior disorders, the author examines the relationships among the causes, assessment, classification, prevention, and intervention in schools and other settings. It uses up-to-the minute research from psychology, medicine, and sociology to inform readers on how education is linked to other parts of a child's life.
- Paperback | 512 pages
- 191 x 233.2 x 23.4mm | 762.05g
- 24 Sep 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
1. Context of Emotional and Behavior Disorders of Students. 2. Historical Framework. 3. Assessment and Classification. 4. Patterns of Emotional and Behavior Disorders. 5. Extreme Emotional and Behavior Disorders. 6. Biological and Psychosocial Influences. 7. Psychodynamic Theory and Intervention. 8. Behavioral Theory and Intervention. 9. Cognitive Theory and Intervention. 10. Sociological, Ecological, and Values-Based/Spiritual Theory and Intervention. 11. Intervention in the Education System. 12. Intervention in Other Systems. Name Index. Subject Index.