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The relationship among attributions, emotions and interpersonal styles of staff working with clients with intellectual disabilities and challenging behavior

By: Zijlmans, Linda J M.
Contributor(s): Embregts, Petri, J C M | Bosman, Anna M T | et al.
Series: Research in Developmental Disabilities 33 (5) 2012: 1484-1494.Publisher: 2012Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR | SUPPORT STAFF | EMOTIONS | STAFF ATTITUDESSummary: Observes that most studies aimed at applying Weiner's attribution theory to the care for individuals with ID focused on the relation between causal attributions and staff helping behaviour. This present study focuses on the support staff's interactive and interpersonal behaviour style and it's effect on client's challenging behaviour.
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Observes that most studies aimed at applying Weiner's attribution theory to the care for individuals with ID focused on the relation between causal attributions and staff helping behaviour. This present study focuses on the support staff's interactive and interpersonal behaviour style and it's effect on client's challenging behaviour.

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