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Reciprocal Prospective Associations Between Depressive Symptoms and Perceived Relationship With Parents in Early Adolescence
Associations prospectives réciproques entre les symptômes dépressifs et la relation perçue avec les parents au début de l’adolescence
Objective: Adolescent depressive symptoms are associated with difficult family relationships. Family systems and interpersonal theories of depression suggest that this association could reflect a circular process in which ...
Assessment and treatment of vocal stereotypy associated with television: a pilot study
(Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior & Wiley, 2013)
A 6-year-old boy diagnosed with autism participated in a pilot study showing that (a) television was associated with increased vocal stereotypy and (b) sitting was associated with lower levels of vocal stereotypy. ...
Effects of reducing stereotypy on other behaviors: a systematic review
Researchers have shown that high levels of stereotypy in individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders were correlated with more significant impairments in social and adaptive functioning. Reducing stereotypy may ...
Using ABC narrative recording to identify the function of problem behavior: a pilot study
Many professionals report using ABC narrative recording to identify the function of problem behavior in children with developmental disabilities, but research has not established whether their analyses yield valid results. ...