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Perspectives on the Use of Nonaversive and Aversive Interventions for Persons with Developmental Disabilities By Alan C. Repp

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Perspectives on the Use of Nonaversive and Aversive Interventions for Persons with Developmental Disabilities by Alan C. Repp

This collection of writings is the most complete resource to date concerning one of the most controversial issues in special education: whether nonaversives alone are sufficient for challenging behavior problems. The authors provide both sides of a variety of topics, including ethics, interventions, functional assessment, basic and applied research, and treatment providers.

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PART I: INTRODUCTION. CHAPTER 1: NONAVERSIVE AND AVERSIVE INTERVENTIONS: Introduction. CHAPTER 2: NONAVERSIVE AND AVERSIVE INTERVENTIONS: Overview. PART II: MYTHS, ETHICS, AND SCIENCE. CHAPTER 3: MYTHS ABOUT PUNISHMENT. CHAPTER 4: MYTHIS THAT (MIS)GUIDE OUR PROFESSION. CHAPTER 5: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN NONAVERSIVE TREATMENT: A Review of Rationale, Methods, and Recommendations. CHAPTER 6: MORAL AND SCIENTIFIC ASPECTS OF THE PUNISHMENT CONTROVERSY. CHAPTER 7: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR JUDGING THE HUMANENESS AND EFFECTIVENESS OF BEHAVIORAL TREATEMENT. CHAPTER 8: THE ROLE OF REINFORCEMENT IN REDUCING INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR: Some Myths and Misconceptions. CHAPTER 9: RE-FRAMING THE DEBATE: Finding Middle Ground and Defining the Role of Social Validity. CHAPTER 10: ONE EDUCATOR'S PERSPECTIVE ON THE USE OF PUNISHMENT OR AVERSIVES: Advocating for Supportive and Protective Systems. CHAPTER 11: TRANSMISSION OF BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES FROM RESEARCHERS TO PRACTITIONERS: A Need for Professional Self-Evaluation. PART III: TREATMENTS: DATA AND DISCUSSION. CHAPTER 12: CLIENT CHARACTERISTICS AND TREATMENT SELECTION: Legitimate Influences and Misleading Inferences. CHAPTER 13: FLASH BONDING OR COLD FUSION? A CASE ANALYSIS OF GENTLE TEACHING. CHAPTER 14: EFFECTS OF GENTLE TEACHING AND ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT ON SELF-INJURY. CHAPTER 15: RESPONSIBILITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE. CHAPTER 16: GENTLE TEACHING AND THE PRACTICE OF HUMAN INTERDEPENDENCE: A Preliminary Group Study of 15 Persons with Severe Behavioral Disorders and Their Caregivers. CHAPTER 17: SERIOUS SELF-INJURY: The Ethics of Treatment and Research. CHAPTER 18: BALANCING FREEDOM FROM HARM AND RIGHT TO TREATMENT FOR PERSONS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES. CHAPTER 19: PREVENTING SERIOUS BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS THROUGH SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND EARLY INTERVENTIONS. CHAPTER 20: WHEN AND WHEN NOT TO CONSIDER THE USE OF AVERSIVE INTERVENTIONS IN THE BEHAVIORAL TREATMENT OF AUTISTIC CHILDREN. PART IV: FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS. CHAPTER 21: THE EXPERIMENTAL (FUNCTIONAL) ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIOR DISORDERS: Methodology, Applications, and Limitations. CHAPTER 22: A TAXONOMIC APPROACH TO THE NONAVERSIVE TREATMENT OF MALADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR OF PERSONS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES. CHAPTER 23: USE OF FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS AND ACCEPTABILITY MEASURES TO ASSESS AND TREAT SEVERE BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS: An Oupatient Clinic Model. CHAPTER 24: THE WRONG ISSUE: Aversive vs. Nonaversive Treatment the Right Issue: Functional vs. Nonfunctional Treatment. CHAPTER 25: DIAGNOSING SEVERE BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS. CHAPTER 26: THE ECLIPSE OF AVERSIVE TECHNOLOGY: A Triadic Approach to Assessment and Treatment. PART V: BASIC AND APPLIED RESEARCH: REVIEWS AND COMMENTARY. CHAPTER 27: MODIFYING THE BEHAVIOR OF BEHAVIOR MODIFIERS: Arguments for Counter-Control Against Aversive Procedures. CHAPTER 28: THE CONTROVERSY OVER AVERSIVES: Basic Operant Research and the Side Effects of Punishment. CHAPTER 29: LABORATLORY TO APPLICATION: An Experimental Analysis of Severe-Problem Behavior. CHAPTER 30: ON THE EMPIRICAL BASIS FOR USING AVERSIVE AND NONAVERSIVE THERAPY. PART VI: TREATMENT PROVIDERS. CHAPTER 31: LEAST RESTRICTIVE USE OF REDUCTIVE PROCEDURES: Guidelines and Competencies. CHAPTER 32: "DAMN IT BURRIS, I'M NOT A PRODUCT OF WALDEN TWO," OF WHO'S CONTROLLING THE CONTROLLERS. CHAPTER 33: TREATMENT ACCEPTABILITY: Consumer, Therapist, and Society

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PART I: INTRODUCTION. CHAPTER 1: NONAVERSIVE AND AVERSIVE INTERVENTIONS: Introduction. CHAPTER 2: NONAVERSIVE AND AVERSIVE INTERVENTIONS: Overview. PART II: MYTHS, ETHICS, AND SCIENCE. CHAPTER 3: MYTHS ABOUT PUNISHMENT. CHAPTER 4: MYTHIS THAT (MIS)GUIDE OUR PROFESSION. CHAPTER 5: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN NONAVERSIVE TREATMENT: A Review of Rationale, Methods, and Recommendations. CHAPTER 6: MORAL AND SCIENTIFIC ASPECTS OF THE PUNISHMENT CONTROVERSY. CHAPTER 7: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR JUDGING THE HUMANENESS AND EFFECTIVENESS OF BEHAVIORAL TREATEMENT. CHAPTER 8: THE ROLE OF REINFORCEMENT IN REDUCING INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR: Some Myths and Misconceptions. CHAPTER 9: RE-FRAMING THE DEBATE: Finding Middle Ground and Defining the Role of Social Validity. CHAPTER 10: ONE EDUCATOR'S PERSPECTIVE ON THE USE OF PUNISHMENT OR AVERSIVES: Advocating for Supportive and Protective Systems. CHAPTER 11: TRANSMISSION OF BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES FROM RESEARCHERS TO PRACTITIONERS: A Need for Professional Self-Evaluation. PART III: TREATMENTS: DATA AND DISCUSSION. CHAPTER 12: CLIENT CHARACTERISTICS AND TREATMENT SELECTION: Legitimate Influences and Misleading Inferences. CHAPTER 13: FLASH BONDING OR COLD FUSION? A CASE ANALYSIS OF GENTLE TEACHING. CHAPTER 14: EFFECTS OF GENTLE TEACHING AND ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT ON SELF-INJURY. CHAPTER 15: RESPONSIBILITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE. CHAPTER 16: GENTLE TEACHING AND THE PRACTICE OF HUMAN INTERDEPENDENCE: A Preliminary Group Study of 15 Persons with Severe Behavioral Disorders and Their Caregivers. CHAPTER 17: SERIOUS SELF-INJURY: The Ethics of Treatment and Research. CHAPTER 18: BALANCING FREEDOM FROM HARM AND RIGHT TO TREATMENT FOR PERSONS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES. CHAPTER 19: PREVENTING SERIOUS BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS THROUGH SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND EARLY INTERVENTIONS. CHAPTER 20: WHEN AND WHEN NOT TO CONSIDER THE USE OF AVERSIVE INTERVENTIONS IN THE BEHAVIORAL TREATMENT OF AUTISTIC CHILDREN. PART IV: FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS. CHAPTER 21: THE EXPERIMENTAL (FUNCTIONAL) ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIOR DISORDERS: Methodology, Applications, and Limitations. CHAPTER 22: A TAXONOMIC APPROACH TO THE NONAVERSIVE TREATMENT OF MALADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR OF PERSONS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES. CHAPTER 23: USE OF FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS AND ACCEPTABILITY MEASURES TO ASSESS AND TREAT SEVERE BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS: An Oupatient Clinic Model. CHAPTER 24: THE WRONG ISSUE: Aversive vs. Nonaversive Treatment the Right Issue: Functional vs. Nonfunctional Treatment. CHAPTER 25: DIAGNOSING SEVERE BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS. CHAPTER 26: THE ECLIPSE OF AVERSIVE TECHNOLOGY: A Triadic Approach to Assessment and Treatment. PART V: BASIC AND APPLIED RESEARCH: REVIEWS AND COMMENTARY. CHAPTER 27: MODIFYING THE BEHAVIOR OF BEHAVIOR MODIFIERS: Arguments for Counter-Control Against Aversive Procedures. CHAPTER 28: THE CONTROVERSY OVER AVERSIVES: Basic Operant Research and the Side Effects of Punishment. CHAPTER 29: LABORATLORY TO APPLICATION: An Experimental Analysis of Severe-Problem Behavior. CHAPTER 30: ON THE EMPIRICAL BASIS FOR USING AVERSIVE AND NONAVERSIVE THERAPY. PART VI: TREATMENT PROVIDERS. CHAPTER 31: LEAST RESTRICTIVE USE OF REDUCTIVE PROCEDURES: Guidelines and Competencies. CHAPTER 32: "DAMN IT BURRIS, I'M NOT A PRODUCT OF WALDEN TWO," OF WHO'S CONTROLLING THE CONTROLLERS. CHAPTER 33: TREATMENT ACCEPTABILITY: Consumer, Therapist, and Society

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Perspectives on the Use of Nonaversive and Aversive Interventions for Persons with Developmental Disabilities by Alan C. Repp
Alan C. Repp
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Cengage Learning, Inc
1993-06-10
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0534216722
9780534216726
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