By Paul L. Adams (auth.), G. Pirooz Sholevar M.D., Ronald M. Benson M.D., Barton J. Blinder M.D. (eds.)
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The laboratory-real world transition had two initially separate, but eventually related, research thrusts. One of these, seldom recognized as a determining force of the present-day behavior modification, is commonly described as behavior ecology. The second, more obviously related research avenue bears the label applied behavior analysis. An appreciation for both movements provides the clearest understanding of that child-clinical strategy addressed in this chapter. Behavior ecology developed from the empirical work of two investigators who were disciples of the field theorist Kurt Lewin (1951).
That is, during what times of day are child-caregiver problem interchanges most likely to occur? Setting specification is based on the obvious fact that global setting such as "home" and "school" are actually composed of numerous subsettings, each of which can be roughly scaled in terms of the likelihood of child-caregiver problem interchanges. , fixing dinner, story time) should be selected with problem interchanges in mind and by considering the caregiver's measurement chores. Since the bulk of measurement must be borne by the caregiver, that adult must have reasonable opportunity to monitor the action during the setting time period.
Child analysis may also be well justified in all those cases where the severity of presenting developmental disturbances, developmental conflicts, partial neurotic conflicts (before the first infantile neuroses gets organized)· make it clear that the further normal development of the child is or would be compromised, or would be forced into a variety of psychopathological outcomes. The intervention here should be restricted to the removal and resolution of such conflicts as may cause the. child to deviate from the path of normalcy.