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Violent and nonviolent children's and parents' reasoning about family and peer violence
A study examined the moral reasoning patterns of violent children with emotional and behavioral disorders (E/BD) and their aggressive parents. Interviews were conducted with 17 boys enrolled in a highly restrictive special education day treatment program designed for violent children with E/BD and their 18 care providers and a matched control group of 16 children and their care providers from a nonclinical population.
Contributor: Astor, R. A., & Behre, W. J.
Date Published: August
Journal/Secondary Title: Behavioral Disorders
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