Handbook of Positive Behavior Support
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Handbook of Positive Behavior Support (Issues in Clinical Child Psychology)

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With its origins and conceptual underpinnings in the applied behavior analysis arm of psychology, positive behavior support (PBS) emerged during the 1980s as a comprehensive approach to addressing the need for community support for persons with disabilities who engage in challenging behavior. As a field of endeavor, PBS has experienced phenomenal growth over a span of 25 y...more
Paperback, 775 pages
Published December 22nd 2010 by Springer (first published October 27th 2008)
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