Issues in Educating Students with Disabilities

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life span and identify change and continuity in antisocial acts. The results of these efforts can contribute to the establishment of effective interventions for girls. The development of treatment for antisocial children in the context of their families, schools, and neighborhoods should also be an integral part of establishing a theoretical model to explain the developmental course of disruptive behavior disorders in girls.


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