How to Tackle a Child’s Oppositional and Rule Violating Behaviors: A Research-Proven Strategy

Based on the outcome of an interventional study on aggressive behaviors of boys aged 5-8, a combined strategy of reinforcement of solitary play and punishment for problem behaviors (such as time out) is an effective way to treat children's problem behaviors. On the contrary, teaching the appropriate social behaviors and practicing the social skills by various social interactions is NOT useful in treating children with behavior problems.    

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1: "Solitary Toy Play And Time Out: A Family Treatment Package For Children With Aggressive And Oppositional Behavior," Journal Of Applied Behavior Analysis, 1980, by RG Wahler, JJ Fox. (Citations: 89).

METHOD Subjects Subjects were four young children referred for psychological help for their oppositional behaviors, most of which involved aggression toward other people. In all four cases, the home setting was reported to be a principal location of the child's problems ...



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