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Hauser-Cram, P. (2006). Mother-child interaction as a predictor of mastery motivation in children with disabilities. Journal of Early Intervention, 28, 252–263. CHAPTER 2 EARLY IDENTIFICATION/ INTERVENTION: CAN MISIDENTIFICATION/ MISINTERVENTION IMPACT STUDENTS, TEACHERS, AND FAMILIES? Barbara Metzger, Cynthia G. Simpson and Jeffrey P. Bakken A student must be identiﬁed as having a speciﬁc disability in order for him or her to receive special education services. The Education for All Handicapped Children Act (PL-142) mandated that only students who are identiﬁed as handicapped and whose handicap prevents them from beneﬁting from regular education instruction can be placed in a special education setting (Christensen, Gerber, & Everhart, 1986).