Video self-modelling: an intervention for children with behaviour difficulties

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Video self-modelling: an intervention for children with behaviour difficulties. / Howe, Julia; Regan, Helen.

In: Educational Psychology in Practice, 10.10.2016, p. 1-10.

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abstract = "There has recently been a growth in interest in the use of videotechnology in the practice of educational psychologists. This researchexplores the effects of a video self-modelling (VSM) interventionon the behaviours of a child in mainstream education using asingle case study design set within a behaviourist paradigm. VSMis a behavioural intervention that requires the participant, in thisinstance a six year old boy, to view a short video of himself engagingin target behaviours. Baseline and post-intervention data werecollected through classroom-based observations by the researcherin order to monitor the frequencies of the target behaviours and toevaluate the effectiveness of the VSM intervention. The participantdemonstrated higher frequencies of target behaviours following theintervention. The results suggest that VSM is a promising method foreducational psychologists to use as a proactive approach with pupilsin educational settings to improve target behaviours.",
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