Rappaport, Leonard; Stein, Martin T.
March 2003
Contemporary Pediatrics;Mar2003, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p33
Answers several questions concerning behavior problems in children. Advice on the treatment of a girl showing symptoms of trichotillomania; Considerations before recommending a behavior management plan for a child exhibiting a nasty behavior; Potential factors behind the child's behavior.


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