Keywords: Instructional Strategies, General Information,7-12
Submitted by: Carolyn Benton and Christine Snarey
Adolescent Behavior in the Hearing Impaired
A. Cognitive Misconceptions
A. Behavior Problems Attributed to
D. Emergence of Adolescence
IV. Alternative Responses
A. Strategies to Support Appropriate Behaviors
V. Questions / Insights
A. Why does a child continue to have behavioral problems if exposed to a supportive environment ?
B. How long does it take for a deaf adolescent to resolve behavior problems and reach adulthood compared to a hearing adolescent ?
C. Existing Behavioral Differences Between Hearing and Hearing Impaired
Cates, D.S. & Shontz, F.C. (1990). Role-taking ability and social behavior in deaf school children. American Annals of the Deaf,135, 217-21.
Cohen, O.P. (1991). At-risk deaf adolescents. Volta Review,93, 57-72.
Kluwin, T.N. & Lindsay, M. (1984). The effects of the teacher's behavior on deaf student's perseption of the organizational environment of the classroom. American Annals of the Deaf,129, 386-91.
Morrow. L. W. (1985). Teaching self-control to dually diagnosed deaf students: promising procedures. American Annals of the Deaf, 130 502-7.
Rasing, E.J. & Duker, P.C. (1992). Effects of a multifaceted training procedure on the acquisition and generalization of social behaviors in language-disabled deaf children. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis,25 ,723-34.
Balan, Christine, M.A. Personal Interview. 28 Oct. 1993. Kent State University. A.B.A. Professor. 9 years field experience in A.B.A.
VII. Suggested Readings
Martin, R.P. (1988). Assessment of personality and behavior problems: infancy through adolescence. New York: Guilford Press.
Uploaded by: Jodi Gray/KSU/Deaf Education Major