Study Findings on Effective Strategies to Manage Aggressive Behaviors among Siblings

In a comparative treatment study between overcorrection and time-out for intervening siblings’ aggression, overcorrection by asking children to return the environment to the original condition (before sibling aggression) and keeping practicing the good behaviors is also as effective as time-out to manage sibling aggression.

Created on November 21 2015 at 08: 00 AM


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1: "Managing Sibling Aggression: Overcorrection As An Alternative To Time-Out," Behavior Therapy, 1992, by CD Adams, ML Kelley. (Citations: 36).

The present study compared the efficacy and treatment acceptability of two interventions for sibling aggression: time-out and overcorrection. Thirty mothers and their aggressive sibling dyads participated in one of three group assignments: time-out, overcorrection, and ...



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