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The disturbed child recognition and psychoeducational therapy in the classroom by Pearl H. Berkowitz

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Published by New York University Press in [New York] .
Written in English


  • Child Behavior Disorders,
  • Child psychiatry,
  • Case studies

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Edition Notes

Statement[by] Pearl H. Berkowitz and Esther P. Rothman
ContributionsRothman, Esther P., joint author
LC ClassificationsRJ499 .B47
The Physical Object
Pagination204 p.
Number of Pages204
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24736888M
LC Control Number60006418

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