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In-Home Generalization of Social Interactions in Families of Adolescents with Behavior Problems

Serna, L.A., Schumaker, J.B., Sherman, J.A., & Sheldon, J.B. (1991). In-home generalization of social interactions in families of adolescents with behavior problems. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 4(24), 733-746.

Topic: Social Skills
Subcategory: Research
Summary: The effects of a three-phase family communication program were evaluated using a multiple-baseline design across skills during the skill-teaching phase and a multiple-baseline design across families for the family conference phase.

 

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