Prevention and Intervention with Young Children's Challenging Behavior: Perspectives Regarding Current Knowledge.

@inproceedings{Dunlap2006PreventionAI,
  title={Prevention and Intervention with Young Children's Challenging Behavior: Perspectives Regarding Current Knowledge.},
  author={G. D. Dunlap and Philip Strain and Lise Fox and Judith J. Carta and Maureen A. Conroy and Barbara Jones Smith and Lee Kern and Mary Louise Hemmeter and Matthew A. Timm and Amy McCart and Wayne Sailor and Ursula Markey and D. J. Markey and Sharon Lardieri and Cathy Sowell},
  year={2006}
}
Challenging behavior exhibited by young children is becoming recognized as a serious impediment to social–emotional development and a harbinger of severe maladjustment in school and adult life. Consequently, professionals and advocates from many disciplines have been seeking to define, elaborate, and improve on existing knowledge related to the prevention and resolution of young children's challenging behaviors. Of particular concern for the field of behavioral disorders is the lack of… CONTINUE READING

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