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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 21 No 4 2004

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 21 No 4 2004

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology.




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The introduction of the Webster-Stratton Incredible Years Classroom Dinosaur School Programme in Gwynedd, North Wales: A pilot study
Judy Hutchings, Eleanor Lane, Richard Ellis Owen & Rhiain Gwyn

Racism in schools - No room for complacency
Richard C Woolfson, Michael E. Harker & Dorothy A. Lowe

The impact of inclusion policy on school psychology practices in South Africa
Lilian Lomofsky & Lena Green

Childhood Depression - Part 1: Does it need to be dealt with only by health professionals?
Anne Greig

Childhood Depression - Part 2: The role of the educational psychologist in the recognition and intervention of childhood depression
Anne Greig

The OECD Thematic Review of Early Childhood Education and Care Policy
John Bennett

Ethnicity and bullying: A study of Australian high-school students
Linda Nguy & Caroline J. Hunt

The home-school interface for behaviour: A conceptual framework for co-constructing reality
Sue Roffey

Building home-school trust
Sandra Dunsmuir, Norah Frederickson & Jane Lang


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