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Cooper et al., 2007

Self-management

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Copper et al., 2007

"the personal application of behavior change tactics that produces a desired change in behavior" p. 578

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Alberto & Troutman, 2012

student is only person who will always be around his entire life

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Cooper et al., 2007

SM is evidence-based strategy research to support use with students with intensive needs including autism

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IDEA, 2004

Evidence-based strategies are required by law to an extent that is reasonable

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Alberto & Troutman, 2012

SM allows students to behave appropriately even when adults are not around

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Cooper et al., 2007

SM is appropriate to use in a variety of settings and situations

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Agran et al., 2012

Self management for students with severe disabilities in general education

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Koegel et al., 1990

Have used self-management for a variety of behaviors

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Matson & LoVullo, 2008

SM may not be a good strategy for SIB

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Koegel et al., 1990

Have use SM for SIB

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Self-monitoring

Cooper et al., 2007 - an individual will observe his or her own behavior and record whether or not a target behavior occurred

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Goal setting

Cooper et al., 2007 - often paired with another strategy; Alberto & Troutman, 2012 - initially reach goal quickly

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Self-evaluation

Cooper et al., 2007 - combination of self-monitoring and goal setting

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Self-instruction

Cooper et al., 2007 - involves providing yourself with verbal responses to guide behavior

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Self-reinforcement

Cooper et al., 2007 - a reinforcer is delivered by an individual to himself contingent on some behavior (or lack thereof); rule-governed

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Koegel et al., 1992

Modeling my intervention partially on this study

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All references

Agran et al., 2012
Alberto & Troutman, 2012
Cooper et al., 2007
IDEA, 2004
Koegel et al., 1990
Koegel et al., 1992
Matson & LoVullo, 2008