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The site provides concrete help in the difficult job of raising kids. This introduction will help you understand how behavior analysts view this challenge.
Information and resource for parents and teachers: sections on learning problems, mental health, behavior modification, behavior contracts and charts, conflict solver and teacher's guide to parent meetings.
Resource for parents for common child-rearing problems. Including bulletin boards, expert advice, activity planner and behavior problems solving guides.
Behavioral procedures are discussed, and suggestions for expanding the role of behavior analysis in geriatric care are offered.
Home page of Dr. W. David Pierce who, together with Dr. Frank Epling, developed a theory of activity anorexia that accounts for the animal results and provides a bio-behavioral explanation for human anorexia.
Behavior therapy for ADHD can include behavioral interventions, social skills training, and parenting skills training. In addition to these types of therapy, parents can help improve their child's behavior by setting and enforcing rules, maintaining a consistent schedule, and organizing everyday items such as clothing and school supplies.
An important non-medical approach used in treating children with ADHD is known as behavior therapy or behavior management. Behavior therapy is based on several simple and sensible notions about what leads children to behave in socially appropriate ways.
A selection from an introductory work on scientific psychology: The Analysis of Human Operant Behavior by Ellen P Reese, 1966.
Step by step instruction to parents on the application of behavior principles and strategies by Dr. Glenn Latham.
Target Explorer is a simple to use, yet powerful and very affordable behavior graphing program designed to help you manage and make sense out of your behavioral data.
A comprehensive resource for Introductory Psychology Professors and teachers. The format is wiki-based so additions may be made by multiple authors.
The silver fox, a color variation of the red fox, has been domesticated in a controlled experiment at the Institute of Cytology and Genetics in Novosibirsk, Russia. Starting in 1959, and selected solely on behavioral criteria for more than 40 generations, a strain of foxes with behavior extremely similar to domestic dogs was produced.