A response to some current misunderstandings about behavioral education

Adkins, Vincent K.
December 1993
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Dec93, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p352
Academic Journal
Presents the Comprehensive Application of Behavior Analysis to Schooling model as an example of the efficacy of behavior analysis when it is applied solely to the educational setting. Limitation of the behavior modification model; Misunderstandings about behavioral education; Increase in maladaptive behavior; Decrease in the achievement of academic goals.


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