Although it has been argued that students with behavioral disorders benefit most from placement in general education classrooms, careful and systematic support is required to insure that their placement is successful. Future nursing research should explore health outcomes of various properties of wheelchair positioning. Journal of Positive Behavior Support, 1 2 , 77—87. A renaissance in residential behavior analysis? Results of Experiment 2 indicated that a response-class hierarchy existed within the previously developed response classes for 3 of 4 participants. A multi-method assessment of anxiety and problem behavior in children with autism spectrum disorders and intellectual disability.
Some data also indicate the potential value of parent-led support networks. A demonstration of behavioral support for young children with autism. The intervention consisted of providing highly spiced, flavorful foods with meals and snacks for the person. Children with and without developmental disabilities were first taught three responses in an attempt to develop a functional response class ordered along the dimension of response effort Experiment 1. The efficacy of function-based interventions for students with learning disabilities who exhibit escape-maintained problem behavior: Preliminary results from a single case study.
School violence represents a real threat to the safety of students and staff; however, the belief that it is proliferating—as well as the aggressive, prescriptive response on the part of many administrators to this perception—may be ill advised. J Autism Dev Disord 2002 32: 423. Can psychiatric disorders be seen as establishing operations? Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders 17, 213-225. Individualized supports for students with problem behaviors: Designing positive behavior support plans. A scatterplot for identifying stimulus control of problem behavior.
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A small number of service evaluation studies suggest in particular that applied behaviour analysis technologies can be scaled up to benefit large numbers of patients. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 7 2 , 68-91. The authors of this article examine the effi- cacy of the use of choice-making as an intervention for reducing problem behavior through a meta-analysis of single-subject research studies using choice-making as an intervention. Functional communication training to reduce challenging behavior: Maintenance and application in new settings. I dati di questo lavoro ampliano gli orizzonti della letteratura esistente con un altro esempio di supporto comportamentale positivo con valutazione funzionale O'Neill et al. Preventing School Failure, 50 1 , 13-20.
Functional assessment of problem behavior: A practical assessment guide. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families Cooperative Agreement N. Examining the efficiency of a basic functional behavioral assessment training package for school personnel. Students should not be excluded from school based solely upon inappropriate social behavior. A number of questions about behaviour disorders remain unanswered, especially whether early intervention may be effective and their putative relationship with psychiatric conditions. Although parent training in the treatment and prevention of children's externalizing problem behaviors e. The authors offer recommendations for strengthening the existing research base and advancing behavioral technology to meet the needs of the defined target population.
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 25, 777—794. This brief report details the naturalistic inquiry, assessment, and treatment of coprophagia in an adult with developmental disabilities and autism. Comprehensive behavioral support: Assessment issues and strategies. . Appropriate services can readily address and modify many of these behaviors, leading to more positive outcomes than simple punishment.
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Providing individualized supports to young children with autism and their families. Positive behavior support as an approach for dealing with problem behavior in people with developmental disabilities: A research synthesis. San Diego: Singular Publishing Group. Journal of the Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps, 24, 174—185. Overall, providing choice opportunities resulted in clinically significant reductions in the number of occurrences of problem behavior. Thus it is successful with a wide range of students, in a wide range of contexts, with a wide range of behaviors. The purpose of the present review is to consider the evidence base for psychological intervention to remediate stress in these parents.