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Social interaction interventions in an inclusive era: Attitudes of teachers in early childhood self-contained and inclusive settings

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An inquiry into the use of child-specific, peer-mediated, or environmentally arranged social interaction interventions for children with disabilities in inclusive settings, based on surveys of 137 early childhood teachers
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United States

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