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Volumes 31–36 Subject and Volume 36 Author Indices
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The cumulative subject index lists articles (chronologically) by what, to my best judgment, represents the various general categories (listed alphabetically) of participants, behaviors, and procedures studied. I have also noted (parenthetically) any appropriate specific descriptors. In addition, specialized articles (such as reviews) are listed separately as well as within the categories just described. Thus, all articles are listed more than once to allow for cross-referencing. Each listing for the articles takes the form: Volume number (Issue number) Number of the first page of the article (Specific descriptors, if any), e.g., 36(2)121(10 year olds) might appear under the general category of School-Aged Children in the Participants section of the cumulative subject index. Because these listings represent my judgments, any misrepresentations are my responsibility. The author index contains an alphabetical listing of each author in Volume 36 with first authors listed along with their co-authors (if any), the title of the article, and the pages where the article appears. Co-authors are also integrated alphabetically with the first authors with a reference to the first author and the page numbers of the article.

Daniel E. Hursh
Senior Editor

Subject Index ETC Volumes 31–36


ADOLESCENTS: 31(2)223(at risk – Program Description); 31(4)501(incarcerated or committed youth); 32(1)175(global policies on the mental health of children and adolescents – Book Review).

CHILDREN: 31(3)395(five to eight year olds with obsessive compulsive disorder – Discussion Article); 32(1)63(six and seven year olds); 32(1)175(global policies on the mental health of children and adolescents – Book Review); 32(3)359(four and five year olds); 33(1)65(with oppositional defiant disorder); 33(2)289(with CHARGE Syndrome – Discussion Article); 35(2)313(brief functional analysis with typically developing – Review Article).

CHILDREN WITH AUTISM: 31(1)27(elementary); 31(3)297(preschoolers); 31(3)381(sex education – Review Article); 31(3)433(functional behavior assessment for – Book Review); 32(1)37(elementary school); 32(1)77(nine year old); 32(1)89(seven year old); 32(1)151(adolescent with Asperger’s disorder); 32(2)343(ABA/VB treatments for autism – Book Review); 33(2)223(young child); 33(2)326(generalization learning in natural environments – Book Review); 33(3)339(adolescents and young adults); 33(3)351(nine, 11, and 12 year old); 33(3)371(seven to 11 year old); 33(3)395(four, five, and eight year old); 33(3)421(five year old); 33(3)443(preschoolers); 33(3)457(four and five year old); 33(3)475(five, six, and seven year old); 33(4)649(solutions for children with – Book Review); 34(2)259(a community-based intensive behavioral intervention program – Program Description); 34(2)287(success strategies for teaching kids with autism – Book Review); 34(2)290(a guide to improving outcomes for students with autism spectrum disorders – Book Review); 34(3)413(effective programs for treating – Book Review); 35(1)91(nine year old boy); 35(1)101(three year old boy); 35(3)389(seven year old); 35(3)407(adolescent); 36(1)49(students); 36(1)61(young); 36(2)33(leisure activity schedules); 36(2)139(developing eye contact and communicative responses); 36(4)169(postsecondary students – Program Description).

CHILDREN WITH BEHAVIOR DISORDERS: 31(3)307(K-12); 31(4)549(elementary); 31(4)565(identification and treatment of anxiety in – Review Article); 31(4)593(girls); 32(3)403(video modeling with – Review Article); 32(4)513(preschoolers at risk for behavior disorders – Discussion Article); 32(4)573(first graders); 32(4)631(kindergarten through 12th grade); 32(4)655(preadolescents and adolescents); 33(1)1(Adolescents); 33(4)539(school aged); 33(4)579(at risk kindergarteners and first grader); 33(4)627(elementary); 334(1)15(middle school); 34(1)141(elementary – Review Article); 34(3)299(elementary school student); 34(3)323(in urban elementary, middle, and high school); 34(4)423(research directions for the field of emotional or behavior disorders – Discussion Article); 34(4)469(relations among language, behavior, cognitive ability, and academic performance of); 34(4)489(effective practices in alternative...

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