volume 12, issue 2, P87-94 1997
DOI: 10.1177/108835769701200204
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Abstract: Two studies investigated self-injurious behavior (SIB) in a man with profound handicaps. Study 1 examined the effects of contextual variables on the rate of SIB during differing environmental conditions and behavioral states such as drowsy, quiet alert, active alert, agitated/crying. Results indicated that the rate of SIB varied depending on contextual conditions and behavioral state. The results also suggested that the function of SIB changed depending on the behavior state of the individual. Study 2 examine…

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