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Volume 8, Issue 1 (1979)

The Impact of Self-Modeling on Problem Behaviors in School-Age Children

pp. 128—132

Modeling has been demonstrated to be a powerful agent of behavior change(Bandura, 1971), and as an intervention technique has acquired new possibilities with the advent of video-tape technology. The psychologist may now produce, quickly and easily, taped sequences of behaviors selected for observational learning.

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