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The influence of nonhandicapped peers on the social interactions of children with a pervasive development disorder

Herbert Roeyers (UGent)
(1994)
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P. Van Oost and I.A. van Berckelaer-Onnes

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MLA
Roeyers, Herbert. The Influence of Nonhandicapped Peers on the Social Interactions of Children with a Pervasive Development Disorder. RUG. Faculteit Psychologische en Pedagogische Wetenschappen, 1994.
APA
Roeyers, H. (1994). The influence of nonhandicapped peers on the social interactions of children with a pervasive development disorder. RUG. Faculteit Psychologische en Pedagogische Wetenschappen.
Chicago author-date
Roeyers, Herbert. 1994. “The Influence of Nonhandicapped Peers on the Social Interactions of Children with a Pervasive Development Disorder.” RUG. Faculteit Psychologische en Pedagogische Wetenschappen.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Roeyers, Herbert. 1994. “The Influence of Nonhandicapped Peers on the Social Interactions of Children with a Pervasive Development Disorder.” RUG. Faculteit Psychologische en Pedagogische Wetenschappen.
Vancouver
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Roeyers H. The influence of nonhandicapped peers on the social interactions of children with a pervasive development disorder. RUG. Faculteit Psychologische en Pedagogische Wetenschappen; 1994.
IEEE
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H. Roeyers, “The influence of nonhandicapped peers on the social interactions of children with a pervasive development disorder,” RUG. Faculteit Psychologische en Pedagogische Wetenschappen, 1994.
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  title        = {{The influence of nonhandicapped peers on the social interactions of children with a pervasive development disorder}},
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