Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
A review of the literature from recent years indicates that various behavior interventions used with conduct disordered adolescents have a varied rate of success in the area of transference from one realm to another. Much of the research concludes with a suggestion for more research to be done on the topic. The study focused on investigating the use of a three level intervention plan on four students with behavior disorders. Each of the three levels consisted of more invasive interventions. A plan was drawn up by the Behavior Interventionist and the regular classroom teacher and investigated for the effect on decreasing disruptive classroom behavior in four students.
Reitsma, Deborah E., "The Use of Specific Behavior Interventions with Conduct Disordered Incarcerated Youth to Decrease Disruptive Behavior in a Regular Classroom" (1992). Student Work. 2196.