School Psychology Review

A Behavior Game for the Reduction of Inappropriate Classroom Behaviors

Dana Hegerle, Mary Pat Kescher, James V. Couch

pp. 339-343

Services to Preschoolers and Children With Low Incidence Handicaps

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Many educators and school psychologists have recently begun to assess the effectiveness of a wide variety of behavioral techniques for the reduction of disruptive classroom behaviors. By carefully structuring the classroom environment, these professionals have arranged certain contingencies of reinforcement to provide a better learning environment for school children. An array of behavior modification programs have been implemented in an attempt to deal with the “problem child” in the classroom.