Medication's effect on classified students' self-esteem and academic performance

@inproceedings{Grizer2009MedicationsEO,
  title={Medication's effect on classified students' self-esteem and academic performance},
  author={Rachel S. Grizer},
  year={2009}
}
Rachel S. Grizer MEDICATION'S EFFECT ON CLASSIFIED STUDENT"S SELF-ESTEEM AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE 2008/09 Dr. Roberta Dihoff and Dr. John Klanderman Master of Arts in School Psychology The purpose of this study was to determine how medication affects self-esteem and academic performance in classified students. This study intended to focus on various disorders found in childhood to allow for an understanding of the effects of medication on self-esteem and academic performance in general… CONTINUE READING

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