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Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions in School Settings
Cognitive-behavioral interventions in school settings

On a daily basis, teachers and other school professionals confront student conduct issues that can range from irritating, bothersome, and simply troubling to more significant, such as noncompliance, disrespect for authority, lack of self-control, deviant levels of aggression, and illegal behavior. Behavioral excesses and deficits can increase the likelihood of students failing in school, prevent them from forming positive peer relationships, and detract from the overall learning experience in the school setting. Since the more severe forms of student behavior problems elicit negative reactions from others, they ...

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