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Overcorrection as an educative procedure in the treatment of maladaptive self-stimulation

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children with mental disabilities,
  • Behavior modification,
  • Behavior therapy for children,
  • Punishment (Psychology),
  • Reinforcement (Psychology),
  • Research

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesOvercorrection of self-stimulatory behaviour.
    Statementby Patrick Carney
    ContributionsUniversity of Alberta. Department of Educational Psychology
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 70 leaves
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27317097M
    OCLC/WorldCa70324650


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Overcorrection as an educative procedure in the treatment of maladaptive self-stimulation by Patrick Carney Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Overcorrection procedures eliminated the self-stimulatory behaviors of all four children in tutorial sessions and during the entire school day and were more effective than the alternative procedures in eliminating self-stimulation. The Overcorrection procedures appear to be rapid, enduring, and effective methods of eliminating self Cited by: The overcorrection procedure, when combined with the reinforcement program, reduced the self stimulation by 95% after two days and virtually eliminated the problem : Patricia O'brien.

COVID campus closures: see options for getting or retaining Remote Access to subscribed content. Four boys with autistic-like behavior were treated for self-stimulatory behavior with three different treatment procedures--time out, differential reinforcement of other behavior (DRO), and overcorrection.

All four boys showed a rapid response to the overcorrection by: events procedure was used (Sulzer -Azarof f and Roy, ).

DESIGN A complete A-B-A-B design was made in order to test the effectiveness of the treatment. In a first phase, the baseline was established after eight sessions with thirty-two observation periods.

Later, treatment was applied over sixteen sessions, followed by a reversion phase and. Over the recent years, treatment for these children has been widely varied. Ina journal article professed!overcorrection" as a means to reduce these behaviors and used punishment and rewards to eliminate the self stimulation behaviors (Foxx & Azrin,pp).

The identification of the OVERCORRECTION: AN OVERVIEW effective components of Overcorrection must await further research. In the interim, this review indicates that Overcorrection is a highly effective procedure that is maximally effective when it possesses the desired char- acteristics suggested by Foxx and Azrin ().Cited by: A complete A-B-A-B design was made in order to test the effectiveness of the treatment.

In a first phase, the baseline was established after eight sessions with thirty-two observation periods. Later, treatment was applied over sixteen sessions, followed by a reversion phase and the definitive application of the treatment. PROCEDURE. Baseline phase. A year-old severely retarded woman who exhibited high rates of self-stimulation was exposed to an overcorrection procedure during the morning break in a sheltered workshop.

Four boys (five to seven years old) with autistic-like behavior were treated for self-stimulatory behavior with three different treatment procedures--time out, differential reinforcement of other behavior (DRO), and overcorrection. (Author)Cited by: A stereotypy (/ ˈ s t ɛr i ə ˌ t aɪ p i, ˈ s t ɪər-,-i oʊ-/, STERR-ee-oh-ty-pee or STEER-ee-oh-ty-pee) is a repetitive or ritualistic movement, posture, or typies may be simple movements such as body rocking, or complex, such as self-caressing, crossing and uncrossing of legs, and marching in place.

Abstract. Punishment is a greatly misunderstood procedure, perhaps due in part to definitional inconsistencies. There appear to be at least two distinct definitions of punishment: one definition is espoused by the professional community (i.

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Portenoy l, Jens 0. Jarden, John J. Sidtis, Richard B. Lipton, Kathleen M. Foley and David A. Rottenberg U~Gfiecl Pui~ Sertvce urtd Depurtnterlt of Neurohgv. Albert Eimteirt College oj Medicitte. A major problem encountered with autistic children is their characteristic self-stimulatory behavior, which frequently interferes with on-task responding and other appropriate behaviors.

However, the experimental literature suggests that with many populations, increased physical activity might positively influence subsequent responding.

Therefore, the purpose of Cited by: Cause self stimulation treated w behavior School Westminster College; Course Title PSY ; Type. Notes. Uploaded By KidHackerApe Pages 17 This preview shows page 12. Contains many sites of self-stimulation.

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Editor's note: This article has been reprinted once, but a. Methods The Web of Science database was used to perform: author searchesauthor searches journal searches including: journal searches including: Journal of Autism and Developmental DisordersJournal of Autism and Developmental Disorders Pediatric Physical TherapyPediatric Physical Therapy Physical and Occupational Therapy in PediatricsPhysical and Occupational.

National Standards Report { 24 Treatment Effects Ratings In addition, each study was examined to determine if the treatment effects were: {a} beneficial, {b} ineffective, {c} adverse, or {d} unknown. Beneficial is identified when there is sufficient evidence that we can be confident favorable outcomes resulted from the treatment.

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Treatment strategies were also developed for stereotypy. Researchers evaluated positive procedures self-stimulation, and demands. Based on. Self stimulation is a more voluntary, controlled sensory seeking to calm and organize the nervous system.

These repetitive behavior is used to sooth and calm the nervous system when over-aroused, alert the nervous system when under-aroused, and block out unwanted stimulation when overwhelmed. It is important to mention at the outset some problems with the language that pertains to behaviour management in schools.

The first is that the term ‘manage- ment’ itself has overtones of controlling others—of doing something to them, rather than working with them (Kohn ). It is a term that carries with it a great deal of baggage, being associated with a reward-and 5/5(1). International Review of RESEARCH IN MENTAL RETARDATION EDITED BY NORMAN R.

ELLIS DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA UNIVERSITY, ALABAMA VOLUME 8 @ ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London A Subsidiary of Hurcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers COPYRIGHT 0 BY ACADEMIC PRESS, INC. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy Second Edition With Contributions by Karla Anhalt, Åse Bjørseth, Joaquin Borrego, Yi-Chuen Chen, Gus Diamond, Kimberly P.

Foley, Matthew E. Goldfine, Amy D. Herschell, Joshua Masse, Ashley B. Tempel, Jennifer Tiano, Stephanie Wagner, Lisa M. Ware and Anne Kristine Wormdal This category is reserved for limited, frequently repeated, maladaptive patterns of motor, speech, and thoughts. The following is a list of representative National Standards Report { 38 behaviors: stereotypic and compulsive behaviors, inappropriate speech, or restricted interest.

Sensory or Emotional Regulation (SER). Treatment fidelity is tied to implementation accuracy, the percentage and type of sessions during which data were collected, and the extent to which treatment fidelity was reliably measured. refers to the degree to which well-established diagnostic tools and procedures were used to determine eligibility for participant inclusion in the study.