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Managing Behaviour and Sleep Problems in Disabled Children: An investigation into the effectiveness and costs of parent-training interventions: Appendix A - Rapid Reviews

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Managing Behaviour and Sleep Problems in Disabled Children : An investigation into the effectiveness and costs of parent-training interventions: Appendix A - Rapid Reviews. / Beresford, Bryony Anne; McDaid, Catriona Maria; Sloper, Tricia.

187 p. Department for Education. 2012, Appendix A - Rapid Reviews.

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Beresford, BA, McDaid, CM & Sloper, T 2012, Managing Behaviour and Sleep Problems in Disabled Children: An investigation into the effectiveness and costs of parent-training interventions: Appendix A - Rapid Reviews. Department for Education. <http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/research/pdf/interventionsReviews.pdf>

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Beresford, B. A., McDaid, C. M., & Sloper, T. (2012). Managing Behaviour and Sleep Problems in Disabled Children: An investigation into the effectiveness and costs of parent-training interventions: Appendix A - Rapid Reviews. Department for Education. http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/research/pdf/interventionsReviews.pdf

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Beresford BA, McDaid CM, Sloper T. Managing Behaviour and Sleep Problems in Disabled Children: An investigation into the effectiveness and costs of parent-training interventions: Appendix A - Rapid Reviews. 2012. 187 p.

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Beresford, Bryony Anne ; McDaid, Catriona Maria ; Sloper, Tricia. / Managing Behaviour and Sleep Problems in Disabled Children : An investigation into the effectiveness and costs of parent-training interventions: Appendix A - Rapid Reviews. 2012. Department for Education. 187 p.

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