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Abstract Coping Power (CP) is an evidence-based intervention that reduces externalizing behaviors in students who are identified as aggressive or disruptive. CP is based on a cognitive-behavioral model and involves child-focused group sessions and parent-focused sessions. A large body of...
Abstract Group contingencies are evidence-based behavioral interventions frequently employed in educational settings. Group contingencies are composed of four distinct parameters: (1) a criterion, (2) a reward, (3) target students, and (4) target behaviors. Although it is common practice for...
Abstract School and medical settings often use different identification criteria for autism spectrum disorder (ASD), a neurodevelopmental disability affecting social-communication, behavioral patterns, and sensory experiences. Further, individual states may use varied definitions for special...
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