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Special Education: SPED 371Behavior Disabilities/Autism

Special Education Journals

Autism insights
      
from 2009 to present in CLOCKSS
from 01/01/2009 to 01/31/2014 in ProQuest Central
  Autism Research and Treatment  (2090-1925)
      
from 01/01/2010 to present in Academic Search Complete
from 2010 to present in Directory of Open Access JournalsFree Medical JournalsHindawi Publishing Open Access and PubMed Central
from 01/01/2010 to 12/31/2010 in ProQuest Central
from 01/01/2012 to present in ProQuest Central
in Freely Accessible Social Science Journals
  Autism : the international journal of research and practice  (1362-3613)
      
from 03/01/1999 to present in SAGE Journals Online
 

  Behavioral disorders  (0198-7429)

      

from 11/01/2003 to present in Academic Search Complete

from Winter 2003 to 2 years ago in Freely Accessible Science Journals

  Education and training in mental retardation and developmental disabilities  (1079-3917)

      

from 1987 to present in Local Holdings

 

  Exceptional children  (0014-4029)

      

from 1965 to present in Local Holdings

from 01/01/2001 to present in Academic Search Complete

  Exceptional parent  (0046-9157)

      

from 02/01/2006 to present in CINAHL with Full Text

  Focus on autism and other developmental disabilities  (1088-3576)

      

from 03/01/1996 to 03/31/2008 in Academic Search Complete, Consumer Health Complete, Health Source: Consumer Edition, Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition and MasterFILE Complete

 

  Focus on exceptional children  (0015-511X)

      

from 01/01/1994 to present in Academic Search Complete and MasterFILE Complete

  Focus on inclusive education  (1548-9132)

      

from Fall 2008 to present in Freely Accessible Social Science Journals

  Head Start bulletin

      

in U.S. Government Documents

      

APA Format

Books on Autism

General Books on Behavior Disorders

Anxious Children

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Learn the time of life when anxiety often begins. A young boy describes how he feels when he is anxious. His parents say he overreacts to relatively minor events. Anxious children are at much greater risk for becoming anxious adults.

Case Studies in Childhood Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

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Many children realize that their obsessive-compulsive behavior is irrational, but the fears persist. For a teen, everything is complicated because of her fears of contamination.

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