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Volume 10, Issue 1 (1981)

Home-Based Contingency Systems for School Problems

pp. 26—36

ABSTRACT:This paper reviews selected literature on the use of daily/weekly report cards with parent managed contingencies to modify school learning and behavior problems. Issues in the development, implementation, evaluation, and fading of such programs are discussed.Home-managed contingency systems were found to be effective in modifying numerous school-related problem behaviors and easily implemented under a variety of circumstances.Questions for future research and basic guidelines for implementation of such systems are presented.

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