ERIC Number: ED247691
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1984-Mar
Reference Count: 0
Cognitive Approaches to Social Competence with Behaviorally Disordered Youth.
Glenn, DyAnn S.; And Others
The paper addresses current theory and research on cognitive approaches with behaviorally disordered youth, and considers assessment and intervention with special attention to methods developed from both cognitive-behavioral and social-cognitive perspectives. Distinctions and similarities between cognitive-behavioral and social-cognitive approaches are noted. The role of metacognition in the regulation of behavior (specifically related to memory) is examined. Assessment from both the cognitive-behavioral and social-cognitive perspectives is explored. Discussion of interventions focuses on self-monitoring and self-regulation as examples of cognitive-behavioral approaches and social problem solving as representative of social cognitive intervention. Factors associated with generalization and maintenance are covered. (CL)
Publication Type: Information Analyses
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Note: Paper contained in "Social/Affective Interventions in Behavioral Disorders," edited by Judith K. Grosenick and Others (see EC 170 044).