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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 21 No 3 2004: Loss, separation and bereavement

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 21 No 3 2004: Loss, separation and bereavement

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme of this issue is Loss, separation and bereavement.


 

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Editorial

Enabling reconnection: Educational psychologists supporting unaccompanied, separated, asylum-seeker/refugee children
Mala German

Children with learning disabilities and bereavement: A review of the literature and its implications
Anna Everatt & Ian Gale

Studying five-year-olds' understanding of the components of death
Aikaterini Andrikopoulou

Effects of mourning on cognitive processes
Bettina Davou & Marie-Ange Widdershoven-Zervakis

Educational consequences of loss and trauma
Atle Dyregrov

How children cope at school after family bereavement
Adam Abdelnoor & Sheila Hollins

Intervening with groups of bereaved pupils
Denise Ross & Ben Hayes

Responding to crises in schools: A consultancy model for supporting schools in crisis
Trisha McCaffrey

 

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