The behavioral phenotype noted in persons with Prader-Willi Syndrome frequently presents parents and professional caretakers with higher rates of verbal and physical aggression, noncompliant behavior, frequent obsessive-compulsive behavior, and an overall presentation of underdeveloped social skills and poor problem solving ability. This project examines the ability of a social skills training program used in combination with a systematic differential reinforcement program, to increase pro-social behavior across adult subjects using a multiple baseline and reversal design.Social reinforcement and knowledge of results as determinants of motor performance among EMR children. American Journal ... Behavior Therapy. 12(3), 369-382. Matson, J., Manikam, R., Coe, D., aamp; Raymond, K. (1988). Training social skills to severely mentally ... School Psychology Review, 30(2), 294-304. Nativio, D. G.anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Combined Use of Systematic Differential Reinforcement and Social Skills Training to Increase Pro-social Behavior in Adult Individuals with Prader-Willi Syndrome|
|Author||:||Edward C. Cerny|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2006|