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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 26 No 4 December 2009: Children with severe, complex and enduring needs

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 26 No 4 December 2009: Children with severe, complex and enduring needs

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on children with severe, complex and enduring needs.


 

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Editorial
Ian Gale & Simon Gibbs

Severe and complex learning difficulties: Issues of definition, classification and prevalence
Tommy MacKay

Who goes to SLD schools in England? A follow-up study
Dawn B. Male & Matthew Rayner

'It's a tricky one to answer, that ...' Locus of control in parents and caregivers of children with severe and complex learning disabilities and challenging behaviours
Ian Gale

A group for the parents and carers of children with severe intellectual disabilities and challenging behaviour
Annette Hames & Chris Rollings

Literacy with parents for children with profound and multiple learning difficulties
Daniela Mercieca & Duncan P. Mercieca

Integrating evidence-based behavioural teaching methods into education for children with autism
Corinna F. Grindle, Richard P. Hastings, Maria Saville, J. Carl Hughes, Hanna Kovshoff & Kathleen Huxley

Functional Behaviour Assessment: Addressing severe, complex and enduring needs
Kimberly Adams & Sandra Dunsmuir

Variability in developmental milestones and developmental delay in children with Williams syndrome
Antonios Chasouris, Ian Stuart-Hamilton & Peter Mayer

Obtaining the views of children with profound and multiple learning difficulties
Emma Harding


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