Treating Preschool Children with Multiple Behavior Problems: Testing for the Response Covariation Phenomenon
This study was conducted with four subjects with multiple behavior problems (noncompliance, nonattending, and poor academic performance). The subjects ranged in age from 3-years 1-month to 5-years 6-months. Treatment occurred in a classroom setting using an interacting elements design counterbalanced across subjects. The results indicated the existence of behavioral covariations and treatment side-effects. The implications of these findings for research on generalization effects and treatment approaches to children with multiple behavioral problems was discussed.
Behavioral Residential Treatment
Houlihan, D., Sloane, H.N., Jones, R.N., & Levine, H.D. (1991). Treating Preschool Children with Multiple Behavior Problems: Testing for the Response Covariation Phenomenon. Behavior Residential Treatment, 6(5), 321-340. doi. 10.1002/bin.2360060503
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Copyright © 1991 John Wiley & Sons. Article published by John Wiley & Sons in Behavioral Residential Treatment, volume 6, issue number 5, November 1991, pages 321-340. Available online on February 13, 2006: