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The Good Behavior Game: Application in a Before School Childcare Setting
It is important to provide intervention for childhood problem behaviors in order to prevent more serious behaviors from developing. Non-classroom settings are environments in which problem behaviors tend to occur more ...
Agreement Between Concurrent Operants Assessments and Indirect Measures of Behavior Functions in School Settings
Concurrent Operants (CO) Assessments are choice procedures where children's choices correspond to preferred forms of reinforcement (e.g., adult attention, escape from task demands). There is limited research on the use of ...
Evaluating K-12 Pre-Service Educators' Understanding of Internalizing Behaviors
Children with internalizing disorders, specifically anxiety and depression, are at an increased risk for poor social and academic performance in school. Students spend a majority of their time at school, highlighting the ...