The Journal of Early and Intensive Behavioral Intervention

Topics include information on critical issues and research in early intervention and intensive behavioral interventions. Provides information for those who work within the field of early childhood interventions and intensive interventions from a behavioral perspective.

Articles from Vol. 3, No. 2, Summer

"A Reply to Recent Public Critiques ..."
Abstract TIME magazine featured a couple treatments for autism in its May 7, 2006 issue. One article in particular "Tale of Two Schools" by Claudia Wallis was especially critical of behavioral treatment. Many behavioral treatment professionals in...
Asperger Syndrome: A Primer for Behavioral Interventionists
Abstract Children and adolescents with Asperger Syndrome are intellectually capable, rigid and often obsessive, adhere to stereotypic routines, demonstrate difficulties with pragmatic language and characteristically lack social skills. While the...
Editorial
Skinner (1972) argued that what a society reinforces is what can be said to be its values. I would like to mention two sets of values I believe are central to the Journal of Early and Intensive Behavioral Intervention. The first is bridging the gap...
Recurrent Pediatric Headaches: Behavioral Concepts and Interventions
Abstract Recurrent pediatric headaches are increasingly understood to be a function of both respondent and operant processes. In particular, the environment is thought to elicit internal autonomic instability and to evoke external maladaptive pain...
Social Validation of Symbolic Play Training for Children with Autism
Abstract The present study examined the social significance of changes resulting from teaching symbolic play skills to children with autism using Pivotal Response Training (PRT). Qualitatively obtained results from a previous study indicated that,...
Training Head Start Teachers in Behavior Management Using Parent-Child Interaction Therapy: A Preliminary Investigation
Abstract The current project evaluated the use of behavior management techniques utilized in Parent--Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) in head start classrooms. The sample included seven Head Start classrooms; four classrooms receiving treatment...
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