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A comparison of three functional assessment strategies with Head Start children displaying challenging behavior
Perez, Sandra V., 2001
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Oregon, Eugene

An examination of the reliability and validity of three assessment strategies (interview, direct observations, brief analog functional analysis) used with young Head Start children demonstrating challenging behaviors

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Including parent training in the early childhood special education curriculum for children with autism spectrum disorders
Ingersoll, Brooke, Fall 2006
Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 26(3), 179-187

A description of a program to train the parents of autistic children to maintain the social development gains made by their children in Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) classrooms, and a study of parental and teacher satisfaction with the program, based on data collected from 7 pairs of parents

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Links between behavioral regulation and preschoolers' literacy, vocabulary, and math skills
McClelland, Megan, July, 2007
Developmental Psychology, 43(4), 947-959

A longitudinal study of the effect of preschool students' behavioral regulation skills, including paying attention, following instructions, and inhibiting inappropriate action, on their emergent literacy, math skills, and vocabulary, based on a sample of 310 preschool children

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Preparing early childhood educators to address young children’s social-emotional development and challenging behavior: A survey of higher education programs in nine states
Hemmeter, Mary Louise, September 2008
Journal of Early Intervention, 30(4), 321-340

A study of the perceived preparedness of graduates of 2- and 4-year college-level early education programs to manage children’s challenging behavior and promote children’s socioemotional development, and a study of faculty approaches to teaching these subjects, based on questionnaire responses from the faculties of 125 programs in 9 states

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Project SELF: Preparing professionals to facilitate self-determination
Blasco, Patricia Mulhearn, Fall 2006
Journal of Early Intervention, 29(1), 63-79

A description of an action research project designed to foster collaboration between parents and teachers when teaching self-determination skills to young children

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Responding to the mental health needs of infants, toddlers and families
United States. Head Start Bureau, 2003
(Early Head Start Program Strategies). Washington, DC: Early Head Start National Resource Center.

A report highlighting how 10 Early Head Start programs respond to the mental health needs of infants, toddlers, and their families

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A small-scale randomized efficacy trial of Carescapes: Enhancing children’s social development in child care homes
Rusby, Julie, Q4 2008
Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 23(4), 527-546

A study of the effects of a video-based training program for child care workers on the behavior and social skills of children in the care of a 30 experimental and 33 control group family child care providers

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Touch your toes! Developing a direct measure of behavioral regulation in early childhood
Ponitz, Claire E. Cameron, Q2 2008
Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 23(2), 141-148

An account of the development and testing of the Head-to-Toes Task, a measure of behavioral regulation in early childhood

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