Handbook of Crisis Counseling, Intervention, and Prevention in the Schools

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Author Index

A
Abelson, M. A., 223, 228
Ablard, K. E., 65, 78
Abma, J. C., 327, 336
Abraham, S., 399, 400, 401, 413
Abrams, K. C., 196, 211
Acredolo, C., 192, 197, 210
Adams, A., 105, 132
Adams, C. M., 26, 37
Adams-Tucker, C., 140, 155
Adelman, H. S., 74, 78
Agras, W. S., 393, 396, 414
Aguilera, D. C., 7, 22, 341, 356
Ahmed, Y., 105, 115, 132
Ainslie, R. C., 87, 103
Ainsworth, M., 91, 102
Allman, C. J., 285, 297
Alpern, D., 96, 103
Alsaker, f. D., 107, 134
Altman, T. M., 396, 398, 412
Altschuler, J. L., 188, 207
Amato, P. R., 84, 85, 102, 104
Ames, C., 64, 65, 70, 71, 73, 78
Ames, L. B., 343, 356
Ammon, M. A., 63, 73, 76, 78
Anderrman, E. M., 66, 81
Anderson, S. C., 140, 155
Andreassen, C. J., 188, 194, 208
Andrews, A. B., 375, 389
Anthony, C., 84, 85, 87, 102
Anthony, J. L., 260, 268
Anthony, S., 283, 297
Appathural, C., 309, 322
Aragona, J. A., 143, 155
Araji, S., 139, 141, 143, 156
Archbold, M., 233, 245
Archer, J., 105, 134
Arezzo, D., 11, 23, 132, 135
Ariès, P., 105, 133
Armstrong, K. L., 49, 55
Arnett, J. J., 340, 344, 357
Arora, T., 131, 133
Asher, S. J., 91, 102
Askew, S., 106, 133
Atkeson, B. M., 142, 157, 361, 362, 365, 368, 369, 371, 373, 374, 375, 378, 390
Atkinson, L., 61, 78
Attie, I., 396, 412
Augustyniak, K., 300, 401, 413
Authement, C. C., 30, 36, 38
Ayers, T. S., 188, 210
Ayoub, C., 145, 158
Ayres, L. R., 74, 76, 81
Azar, S. T., 141, 155

B
Bach, C. M., 140, 155
Bach, G. R., 351, 357
Bachman, J. G., 131, 134
Backman, J., 141, 158
Bacon, K., 288, 299
Bain, J., 364, 380, 391
Bajorek, E., 393, 413
Baldwin, B. A., 8, 9, 10, 11, 22
Baldwin, W., 323, 337
Band, E. B., 188, 207
Bandura, A., 111, 112, 114, 133
Bank, S. P., 171, 176, 180
Baranowski, M., 344, 347, 358
Barbaree, H. E., 380, 381, 382, 383, 384, 386, 391

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