Recent research on child behavior management
Annual Meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis
Association for Behavior Analysis
San Antonio, TX
May 28-June 1, 2010
Date of Presentation
Three studies on recent advances in managing the behavior of young children will be presented. In the first study, a timeout procedure was evaluated to decrease problem behavior and increase compliance to the timeout demand in five preschool children. In the second study, advance notice was evaluated as a method of increasing compliance among three preschool children. Finally, in the third study, a human operant preparation was used to examine resurgence of problem behavior during treatment integrity failures and extinction. This was then examined in a young child with autism.
Normand, M. P.
Recent research on child behavior management.
Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis in San Antonio, TX.
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