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Van Egeren Laurie A., Kirk Rosalind, Brophy-Herb Holly, Carlson John S., Tableman Betty, Bender Stacy L., March, 2011
Reports & Papers
An evaluation of Child Care Expulsion Prevention, a Michigan early childhood mental health consultation program, that examines child, family, and child care provider and program outcomes, and fidelity of the consultation process, based on a…
Duran Frances, Hepburn Kathy Seitzinger, Irvine Marisa, Kaufmann Roxane K., Anthony Bruno J., Horen Neal, Perry Deborah F., August, 2009
Reports & Papers
A study of the components of effective early childhood mental health consultation programs, based on case studies of 6 programs, an online scan of all state early childhood mental health consultation activities, and a meeting of experts
Priest Cheryl, April 2007
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A call for the need for young children?s character education, helping children work with others, care for others, verbalize feelings, support friends, show kindness, and exhibit other character skills and traits, and a description of Central…
Buckleitner Warren, 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of the effects of praise and reinforcement on young children in a computer learning setting using a sorting game designed to simulate two interaction styles