By what token economy?

Anderson, Carol; Katsiyannis, Antonis
March 1997
Teaching Exceptional Children;Mar/Apr97, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p65
Academic Journal
Describes `Speedway to Spectacular Behavior,' a token economy designed to modify the behavior of students with learning disabilities enrolled in a fifth-grade class. Problems caused by frequency of disruptive behavior; Procedure of program; Use of tokens; Process of record keeping; Token redemption; Reasons for use of license plates. INSET: What is a token economy?..


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