Parent education project II. Increasing stimulating interactions of developmentally handicapped mothers.

@article{Feldman1986ParentEP,
  title={Parent education project II. Increasing stimulating interactions of developmentally handicapped mothers.},
  author={M. Feldman and F. Towns and J. Betel and L. Case and A. Rincover and C. Rubino},
  journal={Journal of applied behavior analysis},
  year={1986},
  volume={19 1},
  pages={
          23-37
        }
}
Two studies are reported on the assessment and training of parent-child interactional skills in developmentally handicapped mothers. Study 1 compared the interactions of eight developmentally handicapped versus eight nonhandicapped mothers during play with their young (6-25 months) children. Results showed that the former group generally interacted much less with their children and that they were less likely to praise appropriate child behavior and imitate child vocalizations. Study 2 attempted… Expand
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