Title

Effects of a Self-Monitoring Intervention on Children with Traumatic Brain Injury

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2010

Publication Source

Journal of Applied School Psychology

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a self-monitoring intervention on teachers’ direct behavior ratings of 3 students with traumatic brain injury. The authors used a multiple-baseline-across-participants design to evaluate the effect of the strategy on each child's classwork and classroom behavior. The self-monitoring strategy included 3 components: self-ratings, matching self-ratings and teacher ratings, and teacher feedback. Results indicated that the strategy improved performance for all three children, as well as self-monitoring accuracy. The authors discuss the implications for future research, including the need for a component analysis of self-monitoring treatments.

Inclusive pages

308-326

ISBN/ISSN

1537-7903

Publisher

American Academy of School Psychology

Volume

26

Issue

4

Peer Reviewed

yes