Special Education and Behavioral/Emotional Disabilities
Behavior Management Index – Includes tips for parents and a reference guide to ADD behaviors.
BRT: Behavioral, Research and Teaching – The working group combines state-funded faculty with research associates, doctoral students, technology and office support to provide an integrated environment for conducting research and development. The focus is on developing effective interventions and evaluations to maximize student performance and progressStrategies for teaching children with behavior disorders
Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice – It is the mission of the Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice to support and promote a reoriented national preparedness to foster the development and the adjustment of children with or at risk of developing serious emotional disturbanceThe CECP is part of the American Institutes for Research (AIR), and is funded under a cooperative agreement with the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP), U.S. Department of Education (ED), with supplemental funding from the Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
The Behavior Home Page – The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) and the Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling at UK (SERC) are collaborating on this Web page on student behavior. The purpose is to provide a format that allows school personnel, parents, and other professionals to gain access to information, to share effective practices, and to receive ongoing consultation and technical assistance concerning the full range of behavior problems and challenges displayed by children and youth in school and community settings, as well as other behavioral issues that may affect their success in school.
Behavioral Disorders: Focus on Change – ERIC Digest #518.
Center For Effective Collaboration & Practice – Improving Services to Children and Youth with Emotional and Behavioral Problems
The Pendulum Pages – Welcome to The Pendulum Pages – your comprehensive information source for the bipolar disorders (manic-depression) and other mood disorders. These pages form part of the information associated with the Pendulum Mailing List.
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill – National Alliance for the Mentally Ill “We’re a national network of people working to improve the lives of all of us affected by serious mental illnesses (such as depression, bipolar disorder or manic depression, schizophrenia, obsessive compulsive disorder, and panic disorder). Our goal is to enable each individual who has one of these illnesses to live the best life possible.”
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis
American Academy of Child And Adolescent Psychiatry – information on severe emotional disturbance and behavior disorders. Also includes links to other related sites.

America Reads
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Brain Connection
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Online
Children in Scotland
Early Years Development and Childcare
Facts for Families
Intute: social sciences – developmental psychology
Issues in Freirean Pedagogy
National Child Development Study
School Psychology
Society for Research in Child Development
World’s Youth 2000
America Reads
National campaign aiming to promote literacy throughout America. Suggests how families, educators, communities, and colleges and universities might encourage reading amongst young people, and resources designed to help children develop literacy skills themselves are also provided. Author: US Department of Education Subjects: child development, literacy, united states education DeweyClass: 370 Resource type: documents
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Includes news of AACAP activities, fact sheets for families, reports on ongoing research into child and adolescent psychiatry, news of related government actions, and catalogues of AACAP publications. Author: American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Subjects: child development, child psychiatry DeweyClass: 616.8 Resource type: documents, news
Brain Connection
Collection of articles documenting brain function and associated learning and development. Topics covered include child development, disorders, early reading, education, language, learning, motivation, reading, stress, and thinking. Material addressing specific aspects of these topics are divided into general, educational, and clinical groupings. An additional section entitled ‘Brain Basics’ provides an insight into the central nervous system’s anatomy, physiology, and functionality. Author: Scientific Learning Subjects: brain, child development, language development DeweyClass: 155 Resource type: articles, news
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Online
Online journal with articles, letters and links to related resources. Author: Priory Lodge Education Subjects: child development, child psychiatry DeweyClass: 616.8 Resource type: journal
Children in Scotland
National agency for voluntary, statutory, and professional organisations and individuals working with children and their families in Scotland. Includes information on development programmes and policy forums, and a cataologue of agency publications. Author: Children in Scotland Subjects: child development, child welfare DeweyClass: 362.7 Resource type: documents
Early Years Development and Childcare
UK government policy and guidance documents for early years development and childcare. Features the text of the 1998 Green Paper, ‘Meeting the Childcare Challenge’, a summary of responses to the paper, advice on employing nannies, and guidance on partnerships and cooperation between childcare sectors. Author: Department for Education and Employment Subjects: child development, educational policy DeweyClass: 372 Resource type: documents
Facts for Families
The AACAP developed Facts for Families to provide concise and up-to-date information on issues that affect children, teenagers, and their families. Available in English, Spanish and French. Author: American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Subjects: child development, child welfare DeweyClass: 362.2 Resource type: documents
Intute: social sciences – developmental psychology
Set of links to selected, evaluated and annotated Internet resources relevant to developmental psychology. Author: Intute Subjects: applied psychology, child development DeweyClass: 305.231 Resource type: index
Issues in Freirean Pedagogy
In the early 1970s, Brazilian educator, Paulo Freire, published an English translation of his work, Pedagogy of the Oppressed. His general critique of education presented an analysis which challenged the neutrality of the technological model dominant in American schools. He argued that any curriculum which ignores racism, sexism, the exploitation of workers, and other forms of oppression at the same time supports the status quo. Author: Heaney, Tom Subjects: child development, community and youth studies DeweyClass: 370.115 Resource type: document
National Child Development Study
A longitudinal survey which follows the lives of a group of people born in Great Britain between 3 and 9 March, 1958. The aim of the study is to improve understanding of the factors affecting human development over the whole life span. The data covers a long time period and includes a wide range of questions, plus physical measurements, such as weight and height. Used for a wide range of research, including medical and health research including studies based on subgroups of NCDS cohort members, such as asthma sufferers or handicapped school leavers. Author: University at Essex Subjects: child development, health statistics, social science research DeweyClass: 305.231 Resource type: reference data
School Psychology
School psychology resources for the school psychology community. Information on learning disabilities, gifted children, autism, adolescence, parenting, psychological assessment, classroom management, special education, mental health, reading, research, and more. Author: Steingart, Sandra Subjects: autism, child development, child psychiatry, special education DeweyClass: 150 Resource type: index
Society for Research in Child Development
A professional association whose aims are to promote multi-disciplinary research in the field of human development, to foster the exchange of information among scientists and other professionals of various disciplines, and to encourage applications of research findings. Offers an online newsletter and journal details. Author: Society for Research in Child Development Subjects: child development DeweyClass: 155.4 Resource type: institution
World’s Youth 2000
Full text report profiling today’s youth, with particular emphasis on sexual and reproductive health. Specific topics covered include education, use of contraception, sexual violence against women, and HIV/AIDS. The report is presented as a PDF file, with data tables given in both PDF and HTML format. Author: Population Reference Bureau Subjects: child development, child welfare DeweyClass: 305.2 Resource type: document, reference data

Institute for Behavioral Genetics
The Institute for Behavioral Genetics at the University of Colorado at Boulder is dedicated to conducting and facilitating research on the genetic and environmental bases of individual differences in behavior. This site contains publications of the IBG, email lists, and links to related sites.
The Parent’s Page
A list of resources for parents and parents-to-be, focusing on issues of pregnancy, childbirth, adoption, family planning, and parenting. Baby Web
Devoted entirely to babies, this site contains links to Newsgroups related to babies, articles and papers about various topics related to pregnancy and babies, Frequently Asked Questions, baby-care and baby-development aids, services for expectant and new parents, and baby products for sale.
KidSource OnLine
KidSource OnLine is an information service for parents and educators that provides information about children, focusing on heath, education, and recreation information. The site also offers links and information about computing and software relevant to children, from newborn through 12th grade.
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP)
Information and resources concerning psychological problems that arise among children.Birth Psychology
Pages of the Association for Pre- & Perinatal Psychology and Health (APPPAH) where “in these pages you’ll be able to explore the many mental and emotional dimensions of pregnancy and birth in everything from scholarly articles to personal stories and late-breaking headlines.” Child Abuse Yellow Pages
Collection of resources related to child abuse that includes issues pertaining to the psychological problems of children.Child Development Abstracts & Bibliography Online Edition
This journal publishes abstracts of articles from a variety of other journals; this content is available online for a trial period.Child Development Resources
Includes a review of classic theories of child development (listed separately below), a bulletin board, and a set of links to other resources. Child-Neuro Home Page
The main purpose of this site is to coordinate the available internet resources concerning issues in Child Neurology, both for professionals and patients . Developmental Psychology
A leading journal in developmental psychology Guide to the Internet for professionals in child mental health.
“This paper offers an overall guide to the Internet and more specifically describes what is available to psychologists, psychiatrists and other professionals in child mental health. Ways in which the Internet can be accessed are outlined and comment is made on the place of the Internet in the future of child psychiatry and psychology. A glossary of terms used in this article is provided.” Infants, Babies, Children, Childbirth
Pages are intented primarily for parents-to-be, but provide information about early physical and psychological development as well.
“This Page is about behavioral individuality in infants, children and adults. It is intended as a clearinghouse for research and practical information about temperamental characteristics to be used by parents, students, professionals and others who have an interest in temperament.”

Other Sites to Explore
Infant Studies program UPEI
Baby List (information about infants, babies, small children)
Facts for Families…87 information sheets
Genes and Development Journal
Institute for Behavioral Genetics
Midwifery, Pregnancy, and Birth-related Information
National Enuresis Society

About Autism
Asperger Syndrome Coalition of the US
Asperger Syndrome Education Network, Inc. (ASPEN)
Autism Coalition
Autism-PDD Resources Network
Autism Research Institute
Autism (and Asperger’s Syndrome) Resources
Autism Society of America
Center for the Study of Autism or
Cure Autism Now
Educating Children with Autism from the National Academy Press
Exploring Autism
Families for Early Autism Treatment
National Alliance for Autism Research (NAAR)
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Autism Website
National Vaccine Information Center Information on Autism
Online Asperger Syndrome Information and Support (OASIS)
TEACCH (Treatment and Education of Autistic and related Communication Handicapped Children)
University of Virginia, Curry School of Education—
Unlocking Autism


SERI Autism Resources Education Resources on the Internet (SERI) is a collection of Internet accessible information resources of interest to those involved in the fields related to Special Education.
#Autism Channel Homepage #Autism Channel Homepageis located on the Starlink-IRC chat network. The Autism Channel is a friendly place for the discussion of Autism and related disorders such as PDD, Aspergers Syndrome, etc.
Autism Resourceshttp://www.autism-info.comA very extensive collection of links to sites and organizations in the United States and around the world.
The Autism Link compilation of links to autism-related sites all over the world.
Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, Fragile X, Hyperlexia Resources for Special Children (IRSC) has extensive listing in autism and many other disabilities and issues.


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