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Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties Research Journal
The central intention of Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties (EBD) is to contribute to readers' understanding of social, emotional and behavioural difficulties, and also their knowledge of appropriate ways of preventing and responding to EBDs, in terms of intervention and policy.
The journal aims to cater for a wide audience, in response to the diverse nature of the professionals who work with and for children with EBDs. EBD is posted FREE to SEBDA members. Becoming a SEBDA member is the most cost efficient means of securing access to this important resource.
This audience includes:
- Teachers in mainstream schools and alternative provision such as PRUs and special schools.
- Social workers in residential and field settings.
- Professionals concerned with EBDs in medical and psychiatric settings.
- Educational and clinical psychologists, counsellors and psychotherapists.
- Those concerned with the training and support of workers in the above groups, such as teacher and social work trainers, consultants and advisers.
- Researchers and academics concerned with the needs and interests of the above groups.
- Professionals from the above groups engaged in in-service training as part of their professional development, including those pursuing award bearing courses.
Listen to an interview with Harry Daniels, editor of Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, in which he provides information about the purpose and scope of the journal within the wider sphere of educational research. He also offers advice, hints and tips to prospective authors who may be hoping to submit papers to the journal. Listen now.
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Recent EBD articles
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- An analysis of the future management of school attendance in Wales
- A sociocultural investigation of the efficacy of outdoor education to improve learner engagement
- Using group cognitive behavioural therapy intervention in school settings with pupils who have externalizing behavioural difficulties: an unexpected result
- The impact of teaching thinking skills as habits of mind to young children with challenging behaviours
- ‘He's just enthusiastic. Is that such a bad thing?’ Experiences of parents of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Associations between social potential and emotional and behavioural difficulties in Egyptian children
- The psychology of education, 2nd ed., by Martyn Long, Clare Wood, Karen Littleton, Terri Passenger and Kieron Sheehy
- Rising above bullying: from despair to recovery, by Rosemary Hayes and Carrie Herbert
- Set for success, by Josie Santomauro and Margaret Anne Carter