SCHOOL PERFORMANCE AND EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS IN REFUGEE CHILDREN


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Abstract

The relationship between school performance and emotional problems was assessed in a general population sample of refugee children from Southeast Asia and Central America. Results suggested that learning difficulties and levels of academic achievement were associated with emotional problems in both groups but that, despite comparable academic records, remedial measures were more often prescribed for Central American children.

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