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The turtle technique: A method for the self-control of impulsive behavior. In J. Krumboltz & c. ), Counseling methods. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1976. , & Wheaton, A. Imaginative play training interventions with emotionally disturbed children: An evaluation study. Paper presented at the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, 1976. Skinner, B. F. Science and human behavior. New York: Macmillan, 1953. Smilansky, S. The effects of sociodramatic play on disadvantaged children. New York: Wiley, 1968.

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A Closing Caveat The focus of this chapter has been on the variety of techniques and skills that are available to teach children self-controL But the expression of self-control behaviors always occurs in some context and it would be short-sighted for a training program to focus only on the child. The bidirectional nature of interpersonal behavior should sensitize us to the need to assess both the situational context and any significant others before implementing a self-control training program.

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