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(p. 47) Session 6: Ignoring Minor Disruptive Behavior 

(p. 47) Session 6: Ignoring Minor Disruptive Behavior
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(p. 47) Session 6: Ignoring Minor Disruptive Behavior
Author(s):

Karen C. Wells

, John E. Lochman

, and Lisa A. Lenhart

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195327960.003.0006
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date: 30 March 2020

Chapter 6 discusses minor disruptive behavior, and how to learn to ignore it on the basis that withdrawal of attention will reduce the frequency of this behavior. The techniques of praise and ignoring are outlined, as well as how to track and ignore the child’s behavior.

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