By C. Williams, P. Surtees (auth.), J. C. Brengelmann, J. T. Quinn, P. Joan Graham, J. J. M. Harbison, H. McAllister (eds.)
This publication encompasses a choice of the court cases of the second one assembly of the eu organization for Behaviour remedy and amendment, and of the Fourth Annual assembly of the Behavioural Engineering organization. The convention, held at Wexford, eire, used to be attended via 320 delegates from so much eu international locations and North the United States. within the foreword to the complaints of the former ecu convention Brengelmann and Tunner commented upon the extension of the root of behaviour treatment. They mentioned that behaviour treatment had built from the location within the early days, while remedies have been derived by way of virtually literal translation of studying ideas to the sanatorium, to the extra sleek place the place cures have been constructed from concerns of the consequences from all experimental disciplines dedicated to the research of either human and animal behaviour. Even a superficial attention of the breadth of the subjects repre sented during this quantity will point out that this development has continued.
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Regarding the problem of relapse, we found none of 40 patient, background and treatment variables to differentiate relapsing from nonrelapsing patients, although in terms of the rapidity of relapse, we did find that older children relapsed earlier. Relapse would seem to be a function of treatment rather than of its recipient. Over the past few years, we have been evaluating the uses of an "overlearning procedure" in reducing the relapse rate. The overlearning regime is introduced once the child has achieved the initial cure criterion of 14 consecutive dry nights.
GOTTWALD, 1971). There has been some controversy regarding the use of punishment in cases of childhood schizophrenia. Punishment has been used mainly to suppress self-destructive or other dangerous behaviour (LOVAAS, 1967; RISLEY, 1968; BIRNBRAUER, 1968). However, slapping has also been advocated by LOVAAS and his co-workers (1972) in cases of self-stimulation and other bizarre behaviour which may occur during therapy sessions. In discussing possible indications for punishment of these children, therapeutic goals and values and undesirable side effects, as well as problems in generalization, have to be taken into account.
Terminators did, however, remain in treatment for a period comparable to the normal duration of successful treatment; we found from a different series, however, that only 19% of our terminators had dropped out on becoming dry, merely failing to report this fact to the clinic. Termination, therefore, does not seem to occur when a patient is progressing well, but to represent an amalgam of inappropriate familial attitudes and poor therapeutic response. The first 10 appointments emerged as the "failure zone" for termination, which we found to occur most rapidly in small or very large families, occurring latest in four-child families.
Progress in Behaviour Therapy by C. Williams, P. Surtees (auth.), J. C. Brengelmann, J. T. Quinn, P. Joan Graham, J. J. M. Harbison, H. McAllister (eds.)