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Krasner, William – 1977
The report describes research on the effects of labeling children from minority groups as retarded and includes a review of a system of multiculturalistic pluralistic assessment (SOMPA), an instrument for evaluating the abilities and potentialities of children based on different aspects of performance. Listed among findings of the Riverside study,…
Descriptors: Conceptual Schemes, Culture Fair Tests, Elementary Secondary Education, Evaluation Methods
Krasner, William – 1975
Discussed in the monograph are procedures and conclusions of Dr. Catherine Garvey's research on the social speech of 48 preschool children. It is explained that each S was observed and videotaped while in a playroom with two other children. Findings are cited for the following areas of study (with sample conclusions in parentheses): social…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Language Acquisition, Language Research, Play
Krasner William; And Others – 1977
A scientific, multidisciplinary examination of the social and psychological effects of rape upon female victims is presented, which is then correlated with: (1) the circumstances that surrounded the rape; (2) the victim's personality and social adaptation before she was raped; and (3) the support available from organizations and people who were…
Descriptors: Crime, Criminal Law, Emotional Experience, Individual Characteristics
Isenstein, Vivian R.; Krasner, William – 1978
The booklet examines findings from the Vermont Child Development Project (VCPD) concerning the identification of and intervention with preschool children at risk for behavior disorders. It is explained that the VCPD includes epidemiological surveys, high risk family studies, intervention studies, and a follow-along survey. Provided is an example…
Descriptors: Behavior Problems, Emotional Disturbances, Exceptional Child Research, Identification
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Isenstein, Vivian R.; Krasner, William – 1978
The Foster Parent Training Project builds on the desire of foster parents to promote the physical, mental and emotional growth of children in their care. Parents are taught to assist in reducing the impact on the children of separation. Classes deal with emotional development, sexual development, lying, emotional disturbance, the issues at each…
Descriptors: Attachment Behavior, Child Development, Emotional Development, Foster Family