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Increasing the use of specific directives to improve compliance in preschool children with language and behavior disorders

An evaluation of the effectiveness of a training session for Head Start teachers on the use of specific directives when instructing preschool children with language and behavior problems and an examination of the effects of specific directives on young children's compliance
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United States

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