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Five children diagnosed with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder participated in a summer program designed to evaluate behavioral and pharmacological treatments in a recreational setting. The effect of a contingency for increased sportsmanlike behavior, with and without the use of tokens,...
Six weeks following a major wildfire, children’s psychosocial functioning was examined. Employing a multimethod assessment approach, the short-term mental health consequences of the fire were evaluated. Individual adjustment was compared between families who reported high levels of loss as a...
A three-phase functional analysis was conducted to discover controlling variables of self-injury in a 28-year-old individual with Lesch-Nyhan syndrome. Experimental verification followed information-gathering and interpretive phases. Self-injurious responses were blocked to prevent harm to the...
The authors examined whether motivations for drinking alcohol are associated with the anxietyrelated dispositional tendencies of anxiety sensitivity, experiential avoidance, and alexithymic coping. The authors administered the Anxiety Sensitivity Index, Experiential Avoidance Scale, 20-item...
Outcome data are presented, grouped into 5-year cohorts, for 7,275 sexual offenders entering a cognitive/behavioral treatment program. Assessment variables included treatment completion, self-admission of covert and/or overt deviant behaviors, the presence of deviant sexual arousal, or being...
The stages of change proposed by Prochaska and DiClemente have been applied to change efforts within and outside of formal treatment and in relation to virtually any problem behavior. This model has gained widespread popularity in health psychology and addictions and is being used to guide...
Four patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) were referred for home-based cognitive-behavioral therapy. All patients had failed extensive trials of behavioral and cognitive therapy and pharmacotherapy in a variety of settings (e.g., outpatient, inpatient, and day program) and were...
Involvement in community-based instruction can be adversely affected when students engage in behavior that interferes with participation in instruction.Amultiple probe across settings design with an embedded reversalwas used to investigate the effectiveness of the nonseclusionary timeout ribbon...
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