2 edition of Studies of the effects of systematic variations of certain conditions related to learning. found in the catalog.
Studies of the effects of systematic variations of certain conditions related to learning.
Kathryn A Blake
by Syracuse University Research Institute, Office of Research in Special Education and Rehabilitation] in Syracuse, N. Y
Written in English
|Statement||Kathryn A. Blake, project director, with the cooperation of Edward T. Donlon [and others|
|Contributions||Syracuse University. Office of Research in Special Education and Rehabilitation|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 359 p.|
|Number of Pages||359|
|LC Control Number||61062329|
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95% confidence intervals for each comparison suggested the uncertainty associated with each estimate. This Campbell systematic review sought to examine the effects trauma‐informed schools on trauma symptoms/mental health, academic performance, behavior, and socioemotional functioning.
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