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Challenging Behavior - 09 Jan Digital Journal Issue

Purchase Access Jan 1, 2009

This issue of the Journal offer promising strategies for observing and assessing behavior problems

Caring for infants and toddlers brings many joys, but it also brings unique challenges. At one time or another, it seems that all parents and caregivers of young children see them struggle with issues related to crying, eating, sleeping, and getting along with others. Sometimes these issues are a part of typical childhood development and are relatively easy to solve, but for other children the problems become more severe and require professional support and intervention. In all cases, however, understanding and responding effectively are critically important to children’s social emotional development, their relationships with their parents and other caregivers, and their future success in school and in life. The articles in this issue of the Journal offer promising strategies for observing and assessing behavior problems, recommended practices for addressing challenging behaviors in infants and toddlers, new knowledge about behavior and the developing brain, and model programs for supporting parents who are struggling.

Price: $15.00 Format: Journal, Vol. 29, Issue No. 3 Pages: 64

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