Teachers as Agents of Behavioral Change for Severely Retarded Students
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This paper describes two case studies, which employed behavioral modification procedures to decrease problematic behaviors of severely retarded students. The studies were carried out in public school settings. Special education teachers under the direction of a school psychologist acted as the agents of behavioral change.
Rotatori, Anthony F.; Switzky, Harvey; Green, Herman; and Fox, Robert A., "Teachers as Agents of Behavioral Change for Severely Retarded Students" (1980). College of Education Faculty Research and Publications. 283.
Psychological Reports, Vol. 47, No. 3f (December 1980): 1215-1220. DOI.