The functional profiles of school refusal behavior. Diagnostic aspects.

@article{Kearney2004TheFP,
  title={The functional profiles of school refusal behavior. Diagnostic aspects.},
  author={Christopher A Kearney and Anne Marie Albano},
  journal={Behavior modification},
  year={2004},
  volume={28 1},
  pages={
          147-61
        }
}
School refusal behavior is a common problem seen by mental health professionals and by educators but little consensus is available as to its classification, assessment, and treatment. This study assessed 143 youth with primary school refusal behavior and their parents to examine diagnoses that are most commonly associated with proposed functions of school refusal behavior. As expected, results indicated that great heterogeneity in diagnoses marks this population. In general, anxiety-related… CONTINUE READING
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