ERIC Number: EJ1099528
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2016-Jun
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 59
Evaluating Video Self-Modeling Treatment Outcomes: Differentiating between Statistically and Clinically Significant Change
La Spata, Michelle G.; Carter, Christopher W.; Johnson, Wendi L.; McGill, Ryan J.
Contemporary School Psychology, v20 n2 p170-182 Jun 2016
The present study examined the utility of video self-modeling (VSM) for reducing externalizing behaviors (e.g., aggression, conduct problems, hyperactivity, and impulsivity) observed within the classroom environment. After identification of relevant target behaviors, VSM interventions were developed for first and second grade students (N = 4), ages 7-8, from a suburban school district. All participants were eligible for special education and related services, with eligibility classifications that ranged from other health impairment (OHI) to traumatic brain injury (TBI). VSM treatment outcomes were evaluated using multiple change indices (e.g., reliable change index, means difference effect size) to examine the clinical and statistical significance of differences observed between pre and postintervention administrations of parent and teacher forms of the Behavior Assessment System for Children-Second Edition (BASC-2) rating scale. Although outcomes for individual participants were relatively consistent across the multiple change indices, differential effects in reductions in reports of externalizing behaviors across teacher and parent rating forms were observed. Implications, limitations, and future directions of VSM research are also discussed.
Descriptors: Video Technology, Modeling (Psychology), Statistical Significance, Classroom Techniques, Behavior Modification, Aggression, Behavior Problems, Hyperactivity, Self Control, Conceptual Tempo, Intervention, Elementary School Students, Grade 1, Grade 2, Suburban Schools, School Districts, Special Education, Eligibility, Trauma, Head Injuries, Effect Size, Rating Scales, Outcomes of Treatment, Reliability
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
Education Level: Elementary Education; Grade 1; Primary Education; Early Childhood Education; Grade 2
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Assessments and Surveys: Behavior Assessment System for Children