Situation specificity in attention-seeking problem behavior. A case study.

@article{Taylor1993SituationSI,
  title={Situation specificity in attention-seeking problem behavior. A case study.},
  author={James C. Taylor and L A Sisson and J. P. McKelvey and M F Trefelner},
  journal={Behavior modification},
  year={1993},
  volume={17 4},
  pages={474-97}
}
Previous research on attention-seeking problem behavior has focused on individuals who misbehaved under general conditions of low adult attention. In general, no detailed analyses were conducted to determine whether different situations involving low levels of adult attention (such as familiar vs. unfamiliar adults, setting events, or the presence or absence of peers) exacerbated or attenuated problem behavior. The current case study demonstrates that, for one adolescent, all situations… CONTINUE READING
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