The Effects of Direct Training and Treatment Integrity On Treatment Outcomes in School Consultation
The current study attempts to expand the empirical consultation research base by examining the effects of direct and indirect consultee training methods on treatment integrity and treatment outcomes. A multiple baseline design across consultation dyads was used to investigate the influence of these variables. The results suggest that direct consultee training led to higher treatment integrity. In addition, results for three of four consultation cases support the hypothesis that treatments implemented with high integrity led to successful outcomes.
School Psychology Quarterly
Sterling-Turner, H. E.,
Watson, T. S.,
Moore, J. W.
(2002). The Effects of Direct Training and Treatment Integrity On Treatment Outcomes in School Consultation. School Psychology Quarterly, 17(1), 47-77.
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