How to Teach Self-Control Through Antecedent Analysis, 2e - 14688
Part of the How to Manage Behavior Series
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Events that directly precede and serve as a trigger for a problem behavior are called antecedents. The focus of this book is identifying and addressing antecedents to reduce inappropriate behavior and improve self-control. Though our discussions emphasize the antecedent behavior of children in school environments, readers should find it easy to extend the principles and procedures of antecedent analysis to behaviors seen in home, recreational, and work environments. Practical vignettes and authentic tasks containing pertinent questions aid in the systematic study of understanding and controlling antecedents. Five useful appendixes are included.
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|Number of Pages||66|