Errorless compliance training: Building a cooperative relationship between parents with brain injury and their oppositional children.
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Errorless compliance training, a noncoercive intervention for improving child compliance, was evaluated in a multiple baseline across-subjects design with 12 oppositional children (ages 2-7 years) and their brain-injured parents, who suffered from cognitive deficits, impulsivity, and/or emotional instability. Generalized and durable increases were observed in child compliance after treatment. Pre/post improvements were also noted on a measure of parent self-esteem. Errorless compliance training may be well suited to intervention with parents with cognitive and behavioral impairments that decrease their potential to benefit from traditional parenting approaches.
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