2 edition of development of pre-vocational behavior in deaf adolescents found in the catalog.
development of pre-vocational behavior in deaf adolescents
Alan M Lerman
|Statement||[by] Alan M. Lerman and George R. Guilfoyle. Donald E. Super, editor.|
|Series||A Career pattern study|
|Contributions||Guilfoyle, George R.|
|LC Classifications||HV2395 .L38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 118 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||118|
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Development of pre-vocational behavior in deaf adolescents. New York: Teachers College Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alan. in addition to being co-authors of a book on development of pre-vocational behavior in deaf adolescents book pre-voca-tional behavior of deaf adolescents, have both written their doctoral dissertations in the area of deafness; Dr.
Lerman on factors underlying vocational choice in deaf adolescents, and Dr. Guilfoyle on the process of speech reading in deaf children. 'Ms. Title(s): The development of pre-vocational behavior in deaf adolescents [by] Alan M. Lerman and George R.
Guilfoyle. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, Teachers College Press [c] Description: x, p. Pre-Vocational & Vocational Services Services provided in this area: Work etiquette training – appropriate behavior, language and dress; time management skills; and problem solving skills.
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