ERIC Number: ED136454
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977-Jan-10
Reference Count: 0
The Pendleton Project: Semi Annual Report.
Pooley, Richard C.
The semiannual report describes activities of an interdisciplinary program for 6- to 12-year-old children with behavior problems. Chapters are devoted to data on the four objectives of the project: to discover ongoing behaviors that may lead to future antisocial behavior and result in a maladaptive life style, to develop a comprehensive treatment program to correct antisocial development as soon as possible, to develop new and coordinate existing resources, and to measure the effectiveness of the work. The bulk of the document provides information on the treatment program, including descriptions of the career awareness program, affective learning class and muscular relaxation training. Two detailed case studies are included with charts of behavioral programs for both students. Among program evaluation data reported are followup statistics indicating that 2 years after treatment 42% of the children served were functioning at an acceptable level. Two final chapters list project management and personnel and present an expenditure analysis as of December 31, 1976. (CL)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Virginia State Div. of Justice and Crime Prevention, Richmond.
Note: Best Available Copy; For related information, see also EC 093 152