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The effects of a parent-implemented intervention on social-communicative behaviors of prelinguistic handicapped infants
Effective interactions between parents and infants are essential for infant development. Social interactions between parents and infants provide the basis for language, cognitive, and social development. When the infant is handicapped, effective interactions may be jeopardized, and the development of social-communicative ...
Academic sexual harassment: sexual harassment of students
This study examines remedies for sexual harassment of students in the college or university setting. As an instrument to promote social change, the law can reflect changes in attitudes or can be a means of enforcing desired change. Harassment of students may be intellectual or physical, including words and actions which demean ...
Training continuing educators for divergent thinking
This study investigated the effects of training in lateral thinking as a strategy for stimulating the divergent production of ideas. The 74 volunteer subjects were continuing educators from institutions of higher education in the Greater Vancouver area. Forty-nine female and twenty-five male subjects were randomly assigned ...