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An investigation of the effectiveness of a home-school intervention involving Direct Behavior Ratings to decrease disruptive behavior in preschoolers

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An investigation of the influence of a home to school collaborative intervention of direct behavior ratings to decrease disruptive behavior in 4 preschoolers
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United States
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Connecticut

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