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Early intervention, positive behavior support, and transition to school
Fox, Lise, 2002
Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 10(3), 149-157

A discussion of the effectiveness of early intervention and positive behavior support in preventing behavior problems, facilitating transition to school, and promoting school readiness in young children with special needs.

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Evidence-based practices for young children with and at risk for social-emotional or behavior problems
Fox, Lise, 2007
In D. F. Perry, R. K. Kaufmann, & J. Knitzer (Eds.), Social & emotional health in early childhood: Building bridges between services and systems (pp. 313-334). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

A summary of evidence-based practices for prevention and interventions aimed at social-emotional and behavior problems in young children

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An experimental evaluation of Positive Behavior Support in a community preschool program
Duda, Michelle A., Fall 2004
Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 23(3), 143-155

A case study documenting the use of Positive Behavior Support (PBS) interventions to address problem behaviors in two special needs children at a community-based preschool

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A program-wide model of positive behavior support in early childhood settings
Hemmeter, Mary Louise, Summer 2007
Journal of Early Intervention, 29(4), 337-355

An account of the use of the School-wide positive behavior support (SWPBS) model to address the challenging behaviors of children at 14 rural Head Start sites over a period of 5 years

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The role of time-out in a comprehensive approach for addressing challenging behaviors of preschool children
Dunlap, Glen, 2004
(What Works Briefs No. 14). Champaign, IL: Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning.

An informative brief stressing timeout as a behavior modification technique to be used with preschool children with behavior problems

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A synthesis of knowledge relevant to pathways of service delivery for young children with or at risk of challenging behavior
Powell, Diane, Winter 2007
Journal of Early Intervention, 29(2), 81-106

A compilation and overviews of federal programs discovering and delivering services to young children at risk of developing challenging behaviors in the United States

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The Teaching Pyramid: A model for the implementation of classroom practices within a program-wide approach to behavior support
Hemmeter, Mary Louise, April 2009
NHSA Dialog, 12(2), 133-147

A description of key components of a professional development approach to support teachers to use the Teaching Pyramid, a comprehensive framework for organizing practices for promoting young children’s social-emotional development and addressing challenging behavior in early childhood settings

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"You got it!": Teaching social and emotional skills
Fox, Lise, November, 2006
YC: Young Children, 61(6), 36-42

A discussion of the second tier of the "teaching pyramid model" which emphasizes planned instruction and teaching strategies for aiding young children with social and emotional issues

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