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This bibliography, which was compiled in conjunction with a review of the developmental disabilities literature focusing on interventions with challenging behavior, contains references for 151Expand
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Psychometric Properties of the PTSD Checklist—Civilian Version
We examined the psychometric properties of the PTSD Checklist (PCL), a self-report instrument designed to assess symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder. Three hundred ninety-two participantsExpand
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Internet Use, Abuse, and Dependence Among Students at a Southeastern Regional University
Objective: To assess Internet use, abuse, and dependence. Participants: 411 undergraduate students. Results: Ninety percent of participants reported daily Internet use. Approximately half of theExpand
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Prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms in firefighters
Abstract Symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have been extensively studied in victim populations (e.g., survivors of sexual assault), but not nearly as thoroughly in the responders whoExpand
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A meta-analysis of intervention research with problem behavior: treatment validity and standards of practice.
Published intervention research to remediate problem behavior provides a major source of empirical evidence regarding standards of practice and the relative effectiveness of intervention strategies.Expand
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Use of Analog Functional Analysis in Assessing the Function of Mealtime Behavior Problems
Some children exhibit disruptive and self-injurious behavior during mealtime, limiting the positive interaction between caregiver and child, and decreasing the probability of a nutritionally adequateExpand
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Trauma in people with intellectual and developmental disabilities: reactions of parents and caregivers to research participation.
Generally, studies have revealed that only a minority of people are bothered by participation in research on traumatic stress. Severity of traumatic events and subsequent responses are typicallyExpand
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DSM-IV and disorders of childhood and adolescence: can structural criteria be functional?
The structural, descriptive basis of the diagnostic categories outlined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (4th ed.; DSM-IV; American Psychiatric Association, 1994) isExpand
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Functional analysis and unsuccessful treatment of Tourette's syndrome in a man with profound mental retardation*
The head and vocal tics of a man with Tourette's syndrome and profound mental retardation were successfully assessed with the Motivation Assessment Scale and an analog functional analysis procedure.Expand
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