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There is insufficient evidence for a valid review of the effectiveness of overcorrection procedures. Early reviews, especially those of narrow focus, may have the effect of leading to Type II errors regarding the rejection of potentially valuable techniques. If anything, the available evidence...
This paper critically examines overcorrection as a treatment procedure for stereotyped behaviors of retarded and autistic individuals. The theory underlying overcorrection, the effectiveness and practicality of the approach, and the methodology employed in a number of overcorrection studies are...
Osborne’s conclusions regarding the potential of overcorrection as a treatment for stereotyped behaviors suffer from a number of limitations. These conclusions are based primarily on studies of overcorrection which have little relevance to the topic of stereotypy, involve a somewhat narrow...
At first sight you would judge her to be mentally retarded. Born with a craniofacial anomaly known as Apert’s Syndrome she had multiple deformities: bulging wide-set eyes that focused unevenly; a lumpy, shapeless nose; flattened mid-face bones; and a half-open, carp-like mouth…. She was...
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