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Assignment Questions

Research on Child Physiology

REASEARCH PAPER:
Answer one of the following questions in a 4 page paper.
What are come of the psycho-social difficulties that parents of young children with severe disabilites may cope with during their child‘s early years?

You May use Chapter 8 in this text book if you can get a hold of it: Home and School Relations by Olsen and Fuller (most recent edition)Pearson Publishing, ISBN:0-205-49840-x
PAPERBACK EDITION. However, I am also providing you with a reference list that you can also use in addition to the book or if you can’t get a hold of the book.

ADDITIONAL REFERENCE LIST
Suggested reference list for question on Psycho Social difficulties

Read chapter 8 in Home -School Relations.

For additional resources refer to the following bibliography—

References:

1. Baker, B.L., McIntyre, L.L., Blacher, J., Crnic, K., Edelbrock, C., & Low, C. (2003). Pre-school children with and without developmental delay: Behaviour problems and parenting stress over time. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 47, 217-230.

2. Berk, L.E. (2001) Awaking Children’s Minds. New York: Oxford University Press Inc.

3. Bell, S.K., & Eyberg, S.M. (2002). Parent-child interaction therapy: A dyadic intervention for the treatment of young children with conduct problems. Innovations in clinical practice: A source book, Vol. 20, 57-74. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press/Professional Resource Exchange, Inc.

4. Golding, K. (2000). Parent Management Training as an Intervention to Promote Adequate Parenting. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 5, 345-357.

5. Long, N. (1996). Parenting in the USA: Growing adversity. Clinical Child Psychologyand Psychiatry, 1(3), 469–483.

6. Lavin, J. L. (2001). Special Kids Need Special Parents. New York: The Berkley Publishing Group.

7. McDiarmid, Melanie D., Bagner, Daniel M. (2005). Parent Child Interaction Therapy for Children with Disruptive Behavior and Developmental Disabilities. Education and treatment for children, 5; 130(12).

8. Naseef, R.A. (2001). Special Children, Challenged Parents: The struggles and rewards of raising a child with a disability. Baltimore: Paul H. Brooks Publishing Co., Inc.

9. Olsen, G., Fuller, M. L. (2003). Home-School Relations: Working Successfully with Parents and Families. New York: Pearson Education, Inc.

10. Silver, Larry B. (1998). The misunderstood Child: Understanding and coping with your child’s learning disabilities. New York: McGraw-Hill Company, Inc.

11. Singhi, P. D., Goyal, L., Pershad, D., Singhi, S. & Walia, B. N. (1990). Psychosocial problems in families of disabled children. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 63(2), 173-182.

12. Tunali, B., Power, T. (1993). Creating satisfaction: A psychological respective on stress and coping families of handicapped children. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 34, 945-957. Modify Manage Copy Remove

*** Also please write the paper on a Master’s degree level but let it be clear and understandable as well…Thank you!!!

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