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Historical, Contemporary and Future Issues in Research in Behavior Disorders: The Role of Single Subject Research in Building a Science and Practice
Teacher Educators of Children with Behavioral Disorders Annual Conference
  • James J. Fox, East Tennessee State University
  • M. A. Conroy
Document Type
Presentation
Publication Date
10-1-2015
Description

Behavior disorders has varied conceptual and methodological roots. Effective answers to working with students with EBD require pragmatic solutions. One of the most productive approaches has been the behavioral model and single subject methodology. Using research on EBD preschoolers as a focus, we review methodological history, exemplary research findings, and critical issues.

Citation Information
James J. Fox and M. A. Conroy. "Historical, Contemporary and Future Issues in Research in Behavior Disorders: The Role of Single Subject Research in Building a Science and Practice" Tempe, AZTeacher Educators of Children with Behavioral Disorders Annual Conference (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/james-fox/8/