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A self-instructional training program for impulsive children

by Brian C. McMillan

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Experimental methods,
  • Programmed instruction,
  • Education,
  • Hyperactive children

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSelf-instructional training and impulsivity.
    Statementby Brian C. McMillan
    ContributionsUniversity of Alberta. Dept. of Educational Psychology
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix [i.e. xii], 87 leaves
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27000766M
    OCLC/WorldCa70324387

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A self-instructional training program for impulsive children by Brian C. McMillan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Donald Meichenbaum in his book Cognitive Behavior Modification () suggests that some children are more impulsive because they are not as good at talking to themselves as other children. He developed a series of five steps to help children think before they act.

Caring for preschool children: A supervised, self-instructional training program [Dodge, Diane Trister] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Caring for preschool children: A supervised, self-instructional training programAuthor: Diane Trister Dodge. New lines of work not in the original book are woven into a revision that conveys the development, evolution, and maturation of this treatment program as applied to impulsive children." --Alan E.

Kazdin, Ph.D., Psychology, Director of Clinical Training, Yale UniversityCited by: Finally, to my parents, who taught me to talk to myself, and to my family, without whose constant input this book would have been completed much sooner, but would have been much less fun, I dedicate this book.

D.M. 5 Contents Prologue 11 Chapter 1 17 Self-Instructional Training Hyperactive, Impulsive Children: An Illustration of a Search for a. Robertson, D., & Keeley, S. Evaluation of a mediational training program for impulsive children by a multiple case study design. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association, Paper presented at the American Psychological Association, Cited by: man () evaluated a cognitive self instructional training model developed Jim Gumaer is associate professor of counselor education, School of Education, Virginia Com monwealth University, Richmond.

Tanya Head for impulsive children and found that speth is a c¡assroom teacher for adolescent. Self-instruction training is an evidenced-based treatment strategy usually employed as part of a cognitivebehavioral intervention. In self-instruction training, emphasis is placed on teaching the individual a variety of self-statements that would be used by the individual to either control his or her behavior or perform certain tasks.

The generalized effects of self-instructional training on the classroom performance of three "impulsive" preschool children were investigated using a multiple-baseline design across subjects.

Measures of child and teacher behavior in the classroom were obtained through direct observations during a daily independent work by: Research conducted by the University of Illinois and the University of Wisconsin indicates that reading stories with children is an effective method for teaching social-emotional skills.

Additional research, conducted by McCulliss and Chamberlain insuggests that using books therapeutically (bibliotherapy), in classrooms, helps foster healthy social-emotional growth in children.

JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOL () Developmental Verbal Control of Behavior: Implications for Self-Instructional Training WILLIAM R. HIGA University of Hawaii at Hilo AND ROLAND G. THARP AND RODERICK P. CALKINS University of~Hawaii at Manoa arten, first-grade, and second-grade children (5, 6, and 7 years of age.

respectively) performed a Luria-type Cited by: The first edition of Kendall and Braswell's Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Impulsive Children has been used successfully by thousands of clinicians to help children reduce impulsivity and improve their self-control.

Building on the procedures reviewers call "powerful tools," "empirically sound and clinically sophisticated,"; and "of great value to professionals who work with children.

Although no studies using a formal self-instructional training program for teaching math have been published, results of an unpublished study by Leon and Pepe (Note 3) with learning disabled and mentally handicapped children suggest that self-instruction can be useful in teaching math skills and that this approach may have some advantages over Cited by: Introduction: Children with attention deficit with hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have an impulsive, rigid and field-dependent cognitive style.

This study examines whether self-instructional cognitive training reduces impulsive cognitive style in children diagnosed with this disorder. Method: The subjects were 10 children between the ages of 6 and 8, diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).Cited by: 2.

We attempted to replicate an intervention program by Bornstein and Quevillon (), which had shown that the disruptive classroom behavior of Head Start children could be dramatically reduced through self-instructional training.

Although the subject population and procedures were quite similar across studies, our self-instructional training did not produce socially significant, durable increases in either appropriate classroom behavior or changes in teacher ratings of the children's Cited by: Self-instructional training is not recommended for some children.

Firstly, if children do not understand the words they are using in their self-instructions, they will not know what they are telling themselves to do.

For this reason it may not be suitable for younger or mentally handicapped children. Provide training manual, games, books, reading material, and 26 training modules to support a 10 session life skills-based after school or in school program for youth aged years old (grade 7 & 8) Note: the program has been used with both adults and younger youth; Provide 5 days of face-to-face training for up to 20 facilitators per session.

Children with ADHD acquire internalized speech later than most children, which may account for their weakened ability to control their impulses, according to findings by Laura Berk. Play memory games. Research from Stanford University and Maastricht University in the Netherlands links improved impulse control to short-term memory training.

Training with a self-instruction strategy was found to be effective in teaching addition and subtraction to 52 educable mentally retarded and learning-disabled children with arithmetic deficits. Sixteen of the children, who were categorized as impulsive, showed a more reflective cognitive style following the by: 6.

Cognitive-Behavior Modification by Donald Meichenbaum, I dedicate this book. D.M. 5 Contents Prologue 11 Chapter 1 17 Self-Instructional Training Hyperactive, Impulsive Children: An Illustration of a Search for a Deficit 23 Luria's Model (24), Private Speech and Mediational Skills (27) Self-Instructional Treatment of Hyperactive, Impulsive /5(9).

The Evolution of Cognitive Behavior Therapy: A Personal and Professional Journey with Don Meichenbaum explores the "untold story" of how Cognitive Behavior Therapy emerged and discusses the controversies encountered along the way. This volume will feature a personal account of Don Meichenbaum's contributions from his initial work on self-instructional training with schizophrenics and impulsive Cited by: 3.

Cognitive-Behavior Modification: An Integrative Approach by Donald Meichenbaum and a great I dedicate this book. D.M. 5 Contents Prologue 11 Chapter 1 17 Self-Instructional Training Hyperactive, Impulsive Children: An Illustration of a Search for a Deficit 23 Luria's Model (24), Private Speech and Mediational Skills (27) Self-Instructional.

This book is an account of a personal journey through a research program. I dedicate this book. D.M. 5 Contents Prologue 11 Chapter 1 17 Self-Instructional Training Hyperactive, Impulsive Children: An Illustration of a Search for a Deficit 23 Luria's Model (24), Private Speech and Mediational Skills (27) Self-Instructional Treatment of Book Edition: th.Copeland, A.

P. (). The relevance of subject variables in cognitive self-instructional programs for impulsive children. Behavior Egeland, B.

(). Training impulsive children in the use of more efficient scanning techniques. Durable and generalized effects of cognitive behavior modification with attention deficit disorder children Cited by: