by William C. Rhodes, and Michael L. Tracy, 695 pp, $1.25, US Government Printing Office, 1972.
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This book is the second in a four-volume series emerging from the Conceptual Project in Emotional Disturbance funded by the Bureau of Education for the Handicapped (US Office of Education) to William C. Rhodes, PhD, University of Michigan. Dr. Rhodes' interests in the last two decades have included the areas of behavior therapy, community mental health, and the education and treatment of emotionally disturbed children, and he draws on this expertise in the co-editing of this volume with Michael L. Tracy, PhD. The prime purpose of the conceptual project, of which the volumes are one part, is "to order and organize the vast but scattered literature on emotional disturbance and other types of variance in children. A second purpose is to serve as a prototype for combining the functions of graduate training and professional research." The first volume in the series focused on theories, models, and systematic viewpoints bearing on
SIMEONSSON RJ. A Study of Child Variance, vol 2: Interventions. Am J Dis Child. 1974;128(6):895-896. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1974.02110310143037