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(p. 123) Self-Management and Self-Regulation 

(p. 123) Self-Management and Self-Regulation
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(p. 123) Self-Management and Self-Regulation
Author(s):

Mark R. Dixon

and Autumn McKeel

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199941575.003.0008
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date: 12 August 2020

This chapter clarifies the ambiguity surrounding the term self-management, provides a behaviour analytic conceptualization, and implications for treatment strategy. Priority concerns surrounding self-management include skill deficits, behavioural excesses, disability levels, and interventions to promote gains in any child with autism. An emphasis is given on the contextual nature of self-management and the necessity of comprehensive assessments.

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