Toilet Training in Less Than a Day

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Simon and Schuster, Jul 1, 1989 - Family & Relationships - 189 pages
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From two noted learning specialists, here is the amazing, scientifically proved Azrin-Foxx method that teaches potty training quickly—in less than four hours for the average child.

The classic guide used by millions of parents!

Make potty training a total success—in only a few hours!

After that rewarding learning period, he or she will willingly use the toilet without assistance or a reminder!

Also inside is a wealth of information on related topics, including:

• Unexpected benefits—your child's newfound pride and independence can increase eagerness to feed and dress him- or herself, and improve responsiveness to parental instruction

• Pre-training techniques every parent should know

• Bed-wetting problems—and how this method can help end them

• Happy children, happy parents—how mastering potty training benefits the whole family, increasing parents' personal time and deepening the parent-child connection.

With more than 2 million copies sold, Toilet Training in Less Than a Day is the one guide you'll need to make this significant transition a rewarding and pleasurable experience—for both you and your toddler!
 

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Took more like a week but did the trick!

User Review  - bhoss68 - Overstock.com

This book worked for my older son 2 12 years at the time in about a week. My younger son 1 12 years at the time saw his brother and followed suit on his own. I have passed the book on to family and friends and recommend it. Read full review

Great Book for Parents with young children

User Review  - ElderWisdom - Walmart

I used this method more than 30 years ago with my own children. It worked really well back then and it still works today. I gave it to family with small kids to help them out with the concept. Read full review

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Contents

FOREWORD
9
CHAPTER2 A New Method and Its Eval
32
After Training
109
Reminder Lists
160
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About the author (1989)

Nathan H. Azrin, Ph.D., is the father of four children and a leading authority on the psychology of learning. He received his Ph.D. from Harvard University, was a research associate at the Boston University School of Medicine, and has been a lecturer at Harvard's Psychology Department. The former editor of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and the Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, he has published more than 100 studies in the field of learning and psychological treatment.

Foxx is a research psychologist for the state of Illinois Department of Mental Health, affiliated with the Behavior Research Laboratory, Anna State Hospital. He teaches a course in child psychology at Southern Illinois University.

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