Intervention with Hyperactive Children: A Case Study Approach

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  • ISBN-13: 9789401162869
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 12/31/2013
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1980
  • Pages: 247
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.55 (d)

Table of Contents

I Introduction.- 1. The Hyperactive Child.- II Case Studies.- 2. Behavioral Approaches to Hyperactivity.- Case Study #1. The Use of School and Home Management Programs to Diminish the Inappropriate Behavior Emitted by an Eight- Year-Old Hyperactive Student.- Case Study #2. The Use of Activity and Token Reinforces to Increase the Reading Achievement and Appropriate Social Behavior of a Seven-Year-Old Hyperactive Student.- Case Study #3. Cognitive-Behavior Modification in a Case of Impulsivity/Overactivity.- Case Study #4. The Use of Self-Management to Improve Readmg Skills in a Hyperactive Child.- Case Study #5. Effects of Parent Trainmg on Behavioral Tempo in a Preschool-Aged Boy.- Case Study #6. Contingency Contracting With a Hyperactive Boy and His Parents.- 3. Autogenic Training: Learning Body Control.- Case Study #7. The Effects of Biofeedback Training on and Eight-Year-Old Boy.- Case Study #8. The Use of Biofeedback Training on a Nine-Year-Old Child.- Case Study #9. Relaxation Therapy With a Hyperactive Sk-Year-Old Child.- Case Study #10. The Eclectic Use of Biofeedback, Behavior Therapy and Therapeutic Counseling by a Male/Female Team in Effectively Treating Hyperkinesis.- 4. Psychoeducational Intervention.- Case Study #11. Psychoeducational Programming With a Hyperactive Child.- Case Study #12. Use of a Structured Classroom Approach With a Multisensory Instructional Strategy.- 5. Perceptual-Motor Training.- Case Study #13. Perceptual-Motor Training With a Five- Year-Old Boy.- Case Study #14. Perceptual-Motor Training With a Six- Year-Old Girl.- 6. Ecological Considerations.- Case Study #15. An Ecological Perspective of Hyperactivity in a Preschool Child With Developmental Delay.- Case Study #16. Teacher Consultation as an Intervention With a Hyperactive Second-Grade Boy.- 7. Psychotherapeutic Intervention.- Case Study #17. A Therapeutic, Multi-Faceted Intervention Program With a Preschool Hyperactive Boy.- Case Study #18. Structural Family Therapy With the Family of a Hyperactive Child.- 8. Diet Management.- Case Study #19. Diet Management With an Eleven-Year Old Boy.- Case Study #20. Diet Management With a Seven-Year-Old Boy.- Case Study #21. Treatment of Hyperactivity in a Child With Allergies to Foods.- III Measurement, Diagnosis, and Intervention.- 9. A Review and Appraisal of Instruments Assessing Hyperactivity in Children.- 10. Diagnosis and Intervention: A Summing Up.

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