Academic journal article The Journal of Early and Intensive Behavioral Intervention

Introduction

Academic journal article The Journal of Early and Intensive Behavioral Intervention

Introduction

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Consistent with the mission of the Journal of Early and Intensive Behavioral Interventions, this issue of JEIBI contains a wide range of topics and formats devoted to improving behavioral and educational outcomes for children with disabilities. It contains four research studies, one analysis of research findings, one case study, one conceptual paper, and one review of the literature. The topics in this issue range from analyses of the relationship of caregiver sensitivity, contingent social responsiveness, and secure infant attachment to treatment options for self-injurious behavior. Also included is an examination of the cost-effectiveness of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT).

The research articles include results from an emotion-recognition training procedure, the effects of pre-session play on the learning outcomes of preschoolers, the effects of an observational procedure on the acquisition of conditioned reinforcement, and the effects of rotated protocols to establish or induce early verbal developmental capabilities on the learning outcomes of children with severe language delays. Finally, the case study provides an overview of an educational program that included a parent education component and the behavioral and educational outcomes for a child with an autism diagnosis. …

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