Behavior management in the schools: principles and procedures
Here is a sound, empirically-based introduction to the principles and procedures of behavior modification and the practical, specific information needed to successfully apply these principles in a school environment. In a concrete, step-by-step manner, the authors guide the reader through the process of developing, modifying, and fading out behavior management programs. In part one, the general principles that underlie behavior management procedures are explained. Part two details their application in schools. School and Child Psychologists. A Longwood Professional Book Also available in casebound: ISBN: 0-205-16458-7 Title Code: H64587.
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Basic Principles of Child Management and Behavior Modification
StepbyStep Procedures for Assessment and Management
Steps in Conducting a Formal Behavior Management Program
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