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ERIC Number: ED027672
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 186
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Children's Behavior Disorders; An Enduring Problem in Psychology.
Quay, Herbert C., Ed.
Eleven papers, most of them with an experimental or empirical viewpoint, discuss childhood behavior disorders. R. Lapouse and M. Monk present an epidemiologic study of behavior characteristics; J. Roach and others describe sociopsychological characteristics of a child guidance clinic caseload; D. Peterson treats behavior problems of middle childhood; and H. Quay and others consider pupil personality patterns in special classes for the emotionally disturbed. The following topics are also explored: lower class culture as a generating milieu of gang delinquency, by W. Miller; recidivism, psychotherapy, and delinquency, by C. Franks; mothers as therapists for their children, by R. Wahler and others; reinforcement and behavioral deficits of autistic children, by C. Ferster; effects of Chlorpromazine on behavior and learning ability of hyperactive children, by J. Werry and others; curriculum and disordered behavior, by W. Rhodes; and a 30-year followup study on the adult psychiatric status of 150 subjects who had been childhood behavior problems, by P. O'Neal and L. Robins. (LE)
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