A Survey of Rewards for Use with Teenage Children
The development of a reward survey for high school students is described. Most popular and least popular rewards for different age groups (9th grade through 12th grade) are recorded and differences between these groups noted. Comparisons in scoring the test are also made using populations of parents and teachers. Test-retest reliability of the survey using 149 different subjects is reported. Potential uses for the survey in schools, homes, and clinical practice are addressed and potential benefits to teachers and parents are explained.
Child & Family Behavior Therapy
Houlihan, D., Jesse, V., Levine, H., & Sombke, C. (1991). A Survey of Rewards for Use with Teenage Children. Child & Family Behavior Therapy, 13(1), 1-12. doi. 10.1300/J019v13n01_01
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Copyright © 1991 Taylor & Francis Group. Article published by Taylor & Francis Group in Child & Family Behavior Therapy, volume 13, issue number 1, 1991, pages 1-12. Available online on October 18, 2008: http://dx.doi.org/10.1300/J019v13n01_01