This paper has three general aims. The first is to review briefly some of the current research on performance-training methods so as to provide evidence of the benefit of using videotape modeling for parent training. The second aim is to describe the guidelines for developing and using a videotape modeling program. The third aim is to describe the content of one such program which was developed and researched by the author at the University of Washington.
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