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"Behavioral earthquakes:" Low frequency, salient behavioral events that differentiate students at-risk for behavioral disorders
A study used the variables cognitive/achievement, social competence, and externalizing behavior to compare children considered to be at high (n = 30), moderate (n = 55), and low (n = 30) risk for behavioral disorders.
Author/Creator: Gresham, F. M., MacMillan, D. L., & Bocian, K.
Date Published: August
Journal/Secondary Title: Behavioral Disorders
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