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Behavioral Skills Training With Teachers: Booster Training for Improved Maintenance

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applied behavior analysis, behavioral skills training, booster sessions, booster training, maintenance, special education, teacher training


Behavioral skills training (BST) has been employed within many different populations for the reduction of problem behaviors and acquisition of new skills; however, these changes have not always maintained over time. This study evaluated the effects of a booster training for re-establishing the classroom management proficiencies that teachers had acquired previously, but had declined over a 12-month period.


Miller, I.B., & Crosland, K.A. (2014). Behavioral skills training with teachers: Maintenance and booster training. Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 36, 19-32.

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