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The third edition of Cases in Emotional and Behavioral Disorders of Children and Youthis a thought-provoking casebook that includes rich vignettes of what it is like to teach students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders. Using carefully selected cases from popular literature, professional literature, and personal contacts, Kauffman and Landrum offer educators a glimpse into some of the problems of students with EBD and the common challenges for their teachers. Designed to accompany Kauffman and Landrum's Characteristics of Emotional and Behavioral Disorderstext, this casebook includes a reorganized structure, four new teacher interviews and new cases that explore students with attention and activity disorders, anxiety and related disorders,depression and suicidal behavior, and schizophrenia and other severe disorders. Each case includes a brief introduction and conversation-starting questions that launch readers into self-questioning, critical thinking and discussion.