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Kindergarten Child Problem Behavior

Course Description:

The course talks about kindergarten children’s social, emotional, physical, lingual, and cognitive problem behavior. Also, it explores prevention and treatment strategies of different problem behaviors. The course presents different examples of child’s problem behavior such as adjustment, phobias, jealousy, shyness, hyperactivity, thumb-sucking, bed-wetting, stuttering, and aggression. In addition, it aims to teach students how to develop skills needed in order to determine proper criteria in diagnosing problems and developing intra-family communication skills related to problem-solving.