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Educational research published in two new books, articles

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Dr. Jeff Cornelius-White, faculty in the department of  counseling, leadership and special education at Missouri State University, published two books containing several chapters contributed by him. The books are entitled “Interdisciplinary Handbook of the Person Centered Approach: Research and Theory” and “Interdisciplinary Applications of the Person Centered Approach.” Cornelius-White also published an article titled “Relationships Between the timing of Social Interaction and Preschoolers’ Engagement in Preschool Classrooms” in the “Journal of Early Childhood.”


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