Antecedent Control: Innovative Approaches to Behavioral Support
James K. Luiselli, Michael J. Cameron
P.H. Brookes Publishing Company, 1998 - Medical - 411 pages
You can help stop challenging behaviors before they start with this positive, practical, and proactive resource. It shows you effective techniques for pinpointing the causes of challenging behaviors, identifying alternate approaches, and adapting instructional routines. You'll learn to initiate behavioral changes by using a variety of natural supports targeted to certain critical factors, such as
- stimulus preferences
- physical condition
- language abilities
- personal lifestyle
- daily activity schedule
With the strategies in this volume, you'll learn how to eliminate the factors that lead to challenging behaviors, so you can enhance opportunities and quality of life for children, adolescents, and adults with developmental disabilities. For a great alternative to consequence-based methods, order now!
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Intervention Conceptualization and Formulation
Methods for Assessing Antecedent
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