Behavioral Disorders

Behavioral Disorders is a magazine focusing on Social Sciences

Articles from Vol. 26, No. 2, February

A Comparison of Two Peer-Referenced Assessment Techniques with Parent and Teacher Ratings of Social Skills and Problem Behaviors
ABSTRACT The relationship of parent and teacher ratings of social skills and problem behaviors, using the Social Skills Rating System with two peer-referenced measures (the Peer Nomination Technique and the Pupil Evaluation Inventory), were examined...
Effects of Choice-Making Opportunities on the Behavior of Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
ABSTRACT Students with emotional or behavioral disorders (E/BD) typically experience academic and social difficulties in school settings. One intervention, opportunities to make choices, has been implemented for students with E/BD to address inappropriate...
Teachers' Perceptions of Inappropriate Student Behavior as a Function of Teachers' and Students' Gender and Ethnic Background
ABSTRACT. This study investigated teachers' perceptions of inappropriate student behavior as a function of students' and teachers' gender and ethnic background characteristics. The study used videotapes depicting inappropriate behavior of four different...
Teaching and Working with Children Who Have Emotional and Behavioral Challenges
Teaching and Working with Children Who Have Emotional and Behavioral Challenges Mary Magee Quinn David Osher Cynthia L. Warger Tom V Hanley Beth DeHavev Bader Catherine C. Hoffman Sopris West, Longmont, Colorado, 2000 Teaching and Working with Children...
The Development of Disruptive Behavioral Disorders and Correlated Constraints: Implications for Intervention
ABSTRACT A systems perspective of the development of disruptive behavioral disorders is presented and discussed with an emphasis on correlated constraints. The concept of correlated constraints suggests that behavior development involves the interconnected...
The Effects of Teaching Parents Blended Communication and Behavior Support Strategies
ABSTRACT: A multiple-probe single-subject research design was used to measure the effects of an intervention to teach parents to support communication and manage the behavior of their preschool children. Four children who demonstrated language delays...
The Influence of Special Education Experience and Gender of Juvenile Offenders on Academic Achievement Scores in Reading, Language, and Mathematics
ABSTRACT Previous research has shown that many juvenile offenders experience academic, as well as social, problems in school. This study was designed to examine the types and extent of academic deficiencies of a large group of juveniles held in a regional...