Parent and teacher use of DRO and DRI to reduce aggressive behavior

  • Friman P
  • Barnard J
  • Altman K
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This experiment evaluated parent and teacher use of reinforcement-based, reductive procedures to treat aggressive pinching in a severely retarded child. A withdrawal and a multiple baseline design were used for the analysis. Substantial and lasting treatment effects were obtained at home and school. The benefits and problems associated with parent use of reinforcement-based, behavioral procedures with severely handicapped children, as well as the comparative effects of DRO and DRI are discussed. © 1986 Pergamon Journals Ltd.

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  • Patrick C. Friman

  • James D. Barnard

  • Karl Altman

  • Montrose M. Wolf

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