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Early childhood teachers' use of specific praise statements with young children at risk for behavioral disorders

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A study of changes in child behavior after the introduction of a teacher training program on the use of specific praise statements, based on a study of 4 dyads of teachers working with young boys who exhibit behavior challenges
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United States

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