Volume 10 (2010)

Making the transition to primary school: An evaluation of a transition program for parents
Rebecca Giallo, Karli Treyvaud, Jan Matthews & Mandy Kienhuis
Pages 1-17
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Anxiety among high school students in India: Comparisons across gender, school type, social strata and perceptions of quality time with parents
Sibnath Deb, Pooja Chatterjee & Kerryann Walsh
Pages 18-31
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Internet use and child development: The techno-microsystem
Genevieve Marie Johnson
Pages 32-43
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Motivating adolescents: Goals for Australian students in secondary schools
Caroline F. Mansfield
Pages 44-55
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Evidence based-practice and Affect: The impact of Physician attitudes on outcomes associated with clinical reasoning and decision-making
Bruce Dunphy,Stacey Dunphy, Robert Cantwell, Sid Bourke & Mark Flemming
Pages 56-64
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The use of Functional Behavioural Assessment for students with challenging behaviours: Current patterns and experience of Australian practitioners
Sue O'Neill & Jennifer Stephenson
Pages 65-82
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Statistical literacy in the middle school: The relationship between interest, self-efficacy and prior mathematics achievement
Colin Carmichael, Rosemary Callingham, Ian Hay, &Jan Watson
Pages 83-93
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Lucky to be happy: A study of happiness in Australian primary students
John O'Rourke & Martin Cooper
Pages 94-107
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Australian adolescents' extracurricular activity participation and positive development: Is the relationship mediated by peer attributes?
Corey Blomfield & Bonnie Barber
Pages 114-128
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Self-perceptions of self-regulatory skills in children aged eight to 10 Years: Development and evaluation of a new Self-rating Scale
Patricia Rizzo, Hans-Christoph Steinhausen & Renate Dreschler
Pages 123-143
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Review of C. Kezelman (2010), Innocence revisited: A tale in parts,Victoria Australia: JoJo Publishing
Melissa Monfries
Page 144
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Praise and feedback in the primary classroom: Teachers' and students' perspectives
Paul Burnett & Valerie Mandel
Pages 145-154

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Review of A. Feinstein (2010), A history of  Autism: Conversations with the pioneers
Melissa Monfries
Page 155
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