Browsing Faculty of Humanities by Subject "Pro-social behaviour"
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Predicting a high rate of self-assessed and parent-assessed peer problems-Is it typical for students with disabilities? (Elsevier, 2016)Peer problems are common in children with special educational needs (SEN), but the reasons are poorly understood. This study aims to identify risk factors of peer problems (e.g., SEN, school setting, pro-social behaviour) ...