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Application of a Group Training Program in Social Skills and Problem Solving to Learning Disabled and Non-Learning Disabled Youth

Hazel, J.S., Schumaker, J.B., Sherman, J.A., & Sheldon, J. (1982). Application of a group training program in social skills and problem solving to learning disabled and non-learning disabled youth. Learning Disabilities Quarterly, 5, 398-408.

Topic: Social Skills
Subcategory: Research
Summary: Using a multiple-baseline-across-skills design, researchers tested the effectiveness of instruction on six social skills for three groups of youth: those with LD, without LD, and on probation; all three groups acquired the skills to such an extent that they could generalize their use to novel situations.

 

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