Functional assessment for a student with a mild mental disability and persistent behavior problems

Cooper, Linda J.; Peck, Stephanie
March 1993
Teaching Exceptional Children;Spring93, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p56
Academic Journal
Case Study
Describes a case study which used a functional assessment to improve behavior of a student with mental disability. Background; Prefunctional assessment; Variables for hypothesis testing; Summary of procedures and results.


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