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M Law M Howie L 2010 CHILDS CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR SCALE July 2010 Page 2 of 4 This information booklet is designed to describe the Childs Challenging Behaviour Scale CCBS for professionals interested in implementing the use of this scale in research ID: 8474 Download Pdf
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