The revision of this series is highly timely and contemporary. The need for effective behavior management in children, youth, and adults is as important as ever given various events in todays society such as the increases in the numbers of children identified with autism, of bullying incidences both cyber and physical, and of school and workplace violence.
The How To Manage Behavior Series, Third Edition contains 16 newly revised titles for practitioners and parents. These texts include effective, research-based strategies for use in increasing appropriate behaviors of children, students, and other persons whose behavior may be lacking or be creating problems at home, at school, or on the job. The books are nontechnical, step-by-step instructional manuals that define the procedures, provide numerous examples, and allow the reader to make oral or written responses. The books may be purchased individually or in the value-priced set of 16 titles.
The series includes:
How to Maintain BehaviorHow to Motivate Others Through FeedbackHow to Negotiate a Behavioral ContractHow to Plan for GeneralizationHow to Select ReinforcersHow to Teach Self-Control Through Antecedent AnalysisHow to Teach Social SkillsHow to Teach Through Modeling and ImitationHow to Use Group ContingenciesHow to Use Planned Ignoring (Extinction)How to Use Positive Practice, Self-Correction, and OvercorrectionHow to Use Response CostHow to Use Prompts to Initiate BehaviorHow to Use Systematic Attention and ApprovalHow to Use Time-OutHow to Use Token Economy and Point Systems