Volume 8, Issue 4 (1979)
Cogniive Behavior Modification With Children
Donald Meichenbaum, Susan Burland
ABSTRACT: This paper reviews the recent shift in behavior therapy towards the use of more cognitively oriented interventions in the treatment of behavior disorders in schoolchildren. The cognitive behavioral paradigm has now been used successfully to teach self-control skills to a wide variety of disruptive children. Whereas past efforts have been directed towards social behaviors, recent applications of cognitive behavior modification have dealt with traditional academic concerns.
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