8 edition of Principles and Practices of Student Health found in the catalog.
Principles and Practices of Student Health
Helen M. Wallace
by Third Party Pub Co
Written in English
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(Shaping) Principles include both (a) proactive strategies such as teaching self-regulation and prosocial skills, and (b) reactive strategies that yield effective, positive, and non-punitive responses to child misbehavior (see Figure 1 for a table of TBRI principles and practices). Empowering Principles. This book describes principles expected from nursing practice. It is also a resource for professors, patients, their families and caregivers. Select Format Paperback $/$ members.
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