The reduction of stereotypic screaming in a severely retarded boy through a visual screening procedure.

Abstract

The stereotypic screaming of a 4.2 yr old severely retarded boy was successfully reduced with a visual screening procedure in both school and home settings. Treatment gains were maintained over time and there was some evidence of treatment generalizing across time and persons. Social validation ratings confirmed the effectiveness of the program.

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@article{Dick1983TheRO, title={The reduction of stereotypic screaming in a severely retarded boy through a visual screening procedure.}, author={Danielle M Dick and Henry James Jackson}, journal={Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry}, year={1983}, volume={14 4}, pages={363-7} }