A Behavioral Weight Reduction Model for Moderately Mentally Retarded AdolescentsJournal of Special Education Technology
Format of Original8 p.
PublisherTechnology and Media Division of the Council for Exceptional Children
AbstractA behavioral weight reduction treatment and maintenance program for moderately mentally retarded adolescents which involves six phases from background information collection to followup relies on stimulus control procedures to modify eating behaviors. Data from pilot studies show an average weekly weight loss of .5 to 1 pound per S. (CL)
Citation InformationAnthony F. Rotatori, August Mauser and Robert A. Fox. "A Behavioral Weight Reduction Model for Moderately Mentally Retarded Adolescents" Journal of Special Education Technology (1980) ISSN: 0162-6434
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/robert_fox/60/