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Volume 11, Issue 4 (1982)

Behavioral Consultation in a Secondary Class: Using DRL to Decrease Negative Verbal Interactions

pp. 428—432

Behavioral consultation is one of the most frequently practiced forms of consultation in school settings (Gutkin & Curtis, 1982). In reviewing the outcome consultation literature, Medway(1979) concluded that behavioral consultation has received the most empirical support,with the majority of studies yielding significant positive results on most of the dependent measures employed (e.g., behavior, attitudes, academic achievement, etc.).

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