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Curbing students' disruptive behaviours in Jamaican secondary schools
(School of Education, UWI, St. Augustine, 2008)
In recent years, the media have been reporting an increase in students' disruptive behaviours in secondary schools in Jamaica. These disruptive behaviours are many and varied and are causing serious concerns to all ...
Association between speech–language, general cognitive functioning and behaviour problems in individuals with Williams syndrome
Background: Williams syndrome (WS) phenotype is described as unique and intriguing. The aim of this study was to investigate the associations between speech–language abilities, general cognitive functioning and behavioural ...
Prevalence estimates of special educational needs: A focus on emotional and behaviour disorders [PowerPoint presentation]
This study seeks to (a) provide accurate estimates of special education needs (SEN) in Trinidad and Tobago, with specific reference to emotional and behavioural disorders, by using up-to-date and relevant data; and (b) ...
Mathematical analysis of an age structured problem modelling phenotypic plasticity in mosquito behaviour
This paper presents an age structured problem modelling mosquito blood-feeding plasticity in a natural environment. We first investigate the analytical asymptotic solution through studying the spectrum of an operator A ...
PARENTAL PERCEPTION OF EMOTIONAL/BEHAVIOURAL PROBLEMS IN BRAZILIAN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH WILLIAMS SYNDROME