A smaller number have symptoms severe enough to cause big problems or need specific treatment. The rate of feeding disorders is much higher in children with developmental disabilities. As many as 8 of every 10 children with a disability has a feeding disorder. You can find resources for feeding disorders in our Resource Directory! Related Services Behavior Treatment Services - Provides assessment and short-term treatment for children and teens with developmental delay or disability and challenging behaviors. Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program - Provides assessment and treatment for children who have difficulty eating related to food selectivity, food refusal, and disruptive mealtime behavior.
The effects of social reinforcement and training on institutionalized mentally retarded children. American Journal of Mental Deficiency , 74 , 50— Groves, I. A self-feeding program for the severely and profoundly retarded. Mental Retardation , 9, 10— Halle, J. A technique to increase language use and facilitate generalization in retarded children.
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis , 12 , — Hamilton, J. Ward programming for severely retarded institutionalized residents. Mental Retardation , 5, 22— Henrickson, K. Decelerating undesired mealtime behavior in a group of profoundly retarded boys. American Journal of Mental Deficiency , 72 , 40— Horton, S. Reduction of disruptive mealtime behavior by facial screening: A case study of a mentally retarded girl with long-term follow-up.
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Behavior Modification , 11 , 53— Ives, C. Food refusal in an autistic type child treated by a multi-component forced feeding procedure. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry , 9 , 61— Jacobson, J. Problem behavior and psychiatric impairment within a developmentally disabled population.
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I: Behavior frequency. Applied Research in Mental Retardation , 3 , — II: Behavior severity. Jones, A. Overcoming the feeding problems of the mentally and physically handicapped. Journal of Human Nutrition , 32 , — Jones, T. Treatment of behavior-related eating problems in retarded students: A review of the literature.
Meyers Eds. Kaufman, J. Behavior Therapy , 6 , — Kazdin, A. Assessing the clinical or applied importance of behavior change through social validation.
Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics
Behavior Modification , 1 , — Methodological and interpretive problems of single-case experimental designs. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology , 46 , — Social validation in mental retardation. Applied Research in Mental Retardation , 2, 39— Kimbrell, D. Operation dry pants: An intensive habit-training program for severely and profoundly retarded. Mental Retardation , 5, 32— Knapczyk, D. Use of teacher-paced instruction in developing and maintaining independent self-feeding. The Journal of the Association for the Severely Handicapped , 8 , 10— Lawrence, W.
Extinction of social competency skills in severely and profoundly retarded females.
American Journal of Mental Deficiency , 75, — Leath, J. Three year follow-up of intensive habit-training program. Mental Retardation , 3, 32— Leibowitz, J. Building and maintaining self-feeding skills in a retarded child. American Journal of Occupational Therapy , 28 , — Lemke, H. Controlling the behavior of a profoundly retarded child.
Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics (DDBP) | Autism, Down Syndrome, Spina Bifida
The American Journal of Occupational Therapy , 26 , — Lennox, D. Response interruption and DRL for the reduction of rapid eating. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis , 20 , — Luiselli, J. Improvement of feeding skills in multihandicapped students through paced-prompting interventions. Journal of the Multihandicapped Person , 1 , 17— Behavioral feeding intervention with deaf-blind, multihan dicapped children. Child and Family Behavior Therapy. Contingency management of food selectivity and oppositional eating in a multiply handicapped child.
Journal of Clinical Child Psychology , 14 , — Combining sensory reinforcement and texture fading procedures to overcome chronic food refusal.
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Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry , 18 , — Maloney, D. Effects of training predelinquent girls on conversation and posture behaviors by teaching-parents and juvenile peers. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis , 9, — Marholin, D. Behavior Therapy , 10 , — Martin, G.
An operant analysis of response interactions during meals with severely retarded girls. American Journal of Mental Deficiency , 76 , 68— Martin, H. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition , 16 , — Martin, J. The use of picture cues to establish self-control in the preparation of complex meals by mentally retarded adults.
Applied Research in Mental Retardation , 3, — Matson, J. American Journal of Mental Deficiency , 91 , 98— A comprehensive dining program for mentally retarded adults. Behavior Research and Therapy , 18 , — McDonald, G. Mealtime behaviour in the profoundly subnormal. British Journal of Mental Subnormality , 23, 29— Miller, H. Behavior modification in a profoundly retarded child: A case report. Behavior Therapy , 2 , — Minkin, N.
Phillips, E. The social validation and training of conversation skills. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis , 6 , — Murphy, M. Effects of improved ward conditions and behavioral treatment on self-help skills. Mental Retardation , 13 , 24— Effect of improved physical and social environment on self-help and problem behaviors of institutionalized retarded males.
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