Education & Treatment of Children

Education & Treatment of Children is a periodical featuring information concerning the development of services for children and youth. The magazine includes reports written for educators and other child care and mental health providers focused on teaching, training, and treatment effectiveness. Since it was founded in 1947, Education & Treatment of Children is published quarterly. The magazine is published by West Virginia University Press.Subjects for Education & Treatment of Children include: Medicine and Surgery; Education.

Articles from Vol. 26, No. 1, February

A Developmental Ecological Perspective in Systems of Care for Children with Emotional Disturbances and Their Families
Abstract The fragmented nature of the U.S. mental health system with its focus on tertiary care has created serious gaps in mental health service provision and consequently a large percentage of children with mental health needs receive little,...
Augmenting Stimulus Intensity with an Awareness Enhancement Device in the Treatment of Finger Sucking
Abstract The Awareness Enhancement Device (AED) described by Rapp, Miltenberger, and Long (1998) was used with one typically developing child to treat her finger sucking. Substantial reductions in finger sucking were observed only with the addition...
Concept Maps: A Practical Solution for Completing Functional Behavior Assessments
Abstract The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Amendments of 1997 (IDEA '97) mandates that schools conduct a functional behavior assessment (FBA) when a student exhibits significant behavior problems. District and school level staff are...
Temperament and Personality as Potential Factors in the Development and Treatment of Conduct Disorders
Abstract The development of Conduct Disorder (CD) in children and adolescents is examined from the perspective of Hans Eysenck's biosocial theory of personality. The theory views personality as a product of the interaction of biologically based...
The Effects of a Treatment Package in Establishing Independent Academic Work Skills in Children with Autism
Abstract The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of a treatment package in producing independent work by three children with autism with minimal supervision by an adult. The package included: (a) delayed reinforcement for on-task...
Who Gets Suspended from School and Why: A Demographic Analysis of Schools and Disciplinary Infractions in a Large School District
Abstract The purpose of this investigation was to examine out-of-school suspensions in a large, ethnically diverse school district by race, gender, school level, and infraction type. Such an analysis was undertaken to address gaps in the suspension...
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