Nelson, Rosemary

UNCG

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TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Shoplifting control through feedback to sales personnel 1978 67 Shoplifting, a behavior engaged in by a large percentage of the population, has major economic and social costs. The purpose of these two experiments was to determine if shoplifting could be controlled by altering the behavior of store personnel....
The reliability of the behavioral interview 1977 111 The primary objective of the present study was to investigate the reliability of the behavioral interview. This objective was operationalized in three ways. First, a generalizability (G) study was performed to establish the generalizability across in...
An investigation of the methodological problems inherent in the use of teachers as observers of student classroom behavior 1974 64 The purpose of the present investigation was to systematically evaluate the use of teachers as observers of student classroom behavior. On the basis of prior studies delineating the methodological problems concerning the use of independent observers,...
Methodological problems in the use of participant observers 1977 170 The purpose of the present investigation was to determine if observations by participant observers would effect changes in the frequency of behavior exhibited by observees (observee reactivity) and/or changes in the frequency of behavior exhibited by...
Methodological problems in the use of participant observers 1977 170 The purpose of the present investigation was to determine if observations by participant observers would effect changes in the frequency of behavior exhibited by observees (observee reactivity) and/or changes in the frequency of behavior exhibited by...
Covert positive reinforcement in the treatment of nailbiting : target-relevant versus target-irrelevant consequences 1978 57 Clinicians working within a behavioral framework are frequently criticized for ignoring the role of cognitive-symbolic processes in the formulation and remediation of clinical problems. With the emergence of what some have termed the "new cognitive t...
A comparison of graduated exposure, training in verbal coping skills : and a combination of those procedures in treating fear of the dark in four- and five-year old children 1978 64 While a great deal of effort by behavioral researchers and therapists has been directed at demonstrating the success of their treatment techniques in modifying adult fears (Marks, 1974), relatively little effort has been devoted to the treatment of f...