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School reorientation of children with disabilities: A stressful life event challenging parental cognitive and behavioral adjustment

Bibliographic reference Roskam, Isabelle ; Zech, Emmanuelle ; Nils, Frédéric ; Grosbois, Nathalie. School reorientation of children with disabilities: A stressful life event challenging parental cognitive and behavioral adjustment. In: Journal of counseling and development, Vol. 86, no. 2, p. 132-142 (2008)
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