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Academic Outcomes for Students With Emotional or Behavioral Disorders Examining the Influence of Teacher Behavior and Classroom Context on the Behavioral and

@inproceedings{LewisPalmer2008AcademicOF,
  title={Academic Outcomes for Students With Emotional or Behavioral Disorders Examining the Influence of Teacher Behavior and Classroom Context on the Behavioral and},
  author={T. Lewis-Palmer and J. Stichter and P. Morgan},
  year={2008}
}
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Implementing a Positive Variation of the Good Behavior Game with the Use of a Computer-Based Program
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