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Mills K Smith-Millman, Ph.D.

Concepts (20)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Child Behavior220208980.240 Why?
Students3202115430.220 Why?
Crisis Intervention120211000.210 Why?
Bullying120211810.180 Why?
School Health Services120213680.170 Why?
Behavioral Symptoms120181680.160 Why?
Schools3202113030.150 Why?
Adolescent Behavior1201812650.090 Why?
Southeastern United States12020950.050 Why?
Interpersonal Relations1202014190.030 Why?
Emotions1202023190.020 Why?
Risk1201899150.020 Why?
Child22020713610.010 Why?
Child, Preschool12020411590.010 Why?
Adult220202114000.010 Why?
United States12021655790.010 Why?
Humans320216866630.010 Why?
Male220203524650.010 Why?
Female220203754590.010 Why?
Adolescent12018849570.010 Why?
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