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Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, Second Edition, provides a broad coverage of the nature, causes, assessment approaches, and interventions of emotional and behavioral disorders. It presents readers with an exploration of the assumptions behind intervention practices and curricula. This emphasis enables educators and professionals to select and use appropriate assessments for effective instruction and classroom management techniques. This, in turn, promotes positive social and academic behaviors, and prevents undesirable behavior from occurring.
Through a multidisciplinary perspective, incorporating biological, psychological, psychodynamic, behavioral, cognitive, sociological, ecological, and values-based/spriritual models, this edition addressed the causes and intervention techniques for behavior and emotional disorders.
Emphasizing the general education classroom, this book also presents a wide variety of real-world examples and suggestions for applying interventions in various settings, including the juvenile corrections system.
In this edition:
PART A Social, Legal, and Historical Context
Chapter 1 Emotional and Behavior Disorder in Society and School
Chapter 2 Roots of Current Perspectives
PART B Assessment and Characteristics
Chapter 3 Assessment and Classification
Chapter 4 Patterns of Emotional and Behavior Disorder
Chapter 5 Extreme Emotional and Behavior Disorder
PART C Causes and Models
Chapter 6 Biological and Psychosocial Influences
Chapter 7 Psychodynamic Model
Chapter 8 Behavioral Model
Chapter 9 Cognitive Model
Chapter 10 Sociological, Ecological, and Values-Based/Spiritual Models
PART D Prevention and Intervention
Chapter 11 Intervention in the Education System
Chapter 12 Intervention in Other Systems