By Conway F. Saylor (auth.), Conway Fleming Saylor (eds.)
In reaction to the becoming situation for the mental effect of failures on youngsters, this publication integrates a various physique of literature-including thought, case experiences and different examine, and review and intervention techniques-contributed by way of some of the fields such a lot skilled pros. baby and faculty psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, psychological future health directors, and pediatricians will all enjoy the work's detailed concentrate on the response of kids to severe stress.
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