Descriptive analysis of teachers' responses to problem behavior following training.

J Appl Behav Anal 2009 ;42(2):485-90

Louisiana State University, USA.

The procedures described by Sloman et al. (2005) were extended to an analysis of teachers' responses to problem behavior after they had been taught to withhold potential sources of positive and negative reinforcement following instances of problem behavior. Results were consistent with those reported previously, suggesting that escape from child problem behavior may shape and maintain adult behavior that is potentially countertherapeutic.

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February 2010
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