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This article discusses family factors that are related to the emotional/behavioral disoders (EBD) such as family composition and child maltreatment.
This article looks in depth at he biological issues related to emotional/behavioral disorders, including genetics, psychoneurology, and environmental factors.
This article discusses in depth theories on temperament and how it related to children with emotional/behavioral disorders (EBD).
An overview of environmental risk factors involving a child's challenging behavior.
Emotional eating is a huge factor in weight gain and with childhood obesity rates constantly climbing, it's important for parents to know how to be in the know.
The term communication disorders encompasses a wide variety of problems in language, speech, and hearing. This article defines them.
Children exhibit challenging for numerous of reasons.  This article discusses the various biological factors that put a child at risk for challenging behavior.
Discusses a variety of environmental variables that place young children at risk for antisocial behavior including poverty, parental unemployment, and more.
An introduction to emotional disturbance and some strategies to use in the classroom with these students.
This article focuses on classic autism, PDD-NOS and Asperger syndrome, with brief descriptions of Rett syndrome and childhood disintegrative disorder.
Discusses topics focused on teen sexuality including sexual behaviors, intercourse, sexual orientations, contraceptive use, STD's, and pregnancy.
Find out what parents can do to instill healthy eating habits in their children.
Research showed that girls with Asperger Syndrome have been under diagnosed because of their unique gender based characteristics. Discusses in depth about this
The article discusses a wide range of possible causes for development delays in children including genetic, environmental, physiological and prenatal factors.
What factors contribute to bullying and aggression and what strategies best promote cooperative play and positive social interaction during school recess?
Explains generalization (the transfer of learning to new situations) and suggests strategies to develop and maintain generalization skills.
Examines the role of gender, stress, sibling relationships, and parental style on the development of a young child's temperament.
This article discusses the characteristics of mental retardation and giftedness, two attributes at opposite ends of the intelligence spectrum.
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