Classroom Behaviour Management- Educational Psychologists' Views on Effective Practice

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Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties
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Classroom behaviour management: educational psychologists' views on effective practice
Robert Hart
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Warwickshire Educational Psychology Service , Warwick, UK Published online: 26 Nov 2010.

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