A Dangerous Game (Headwork Reading: Playscripts, Level 3A)

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They also encourage and support the individual to take control of their own plan. C, & James, E., Are We Still Best Friends? Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Robert Fields in CoCo County during the summer. SPARC is a nonprofit clinic that serves both individuals on the autism spectrum as well as children with a variety of behavioral concerns. This giving-up process is known as learned helplessness.

Pages: 32

Publisher: Oxford University Press (April 1998)

ISBN: 0198337604

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