By Christoph M. Heinicke (auth.), Benjamin B. Lahey, Alan E. Kazdin (eds.)
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The psychotherapeutic work with the parents focuses on their struggle with these issues and in the process hopefully enhances the security felt by the child. Insofar as the resolution of repressed anger toward effective assertiveness is a major goal of the therapeutic process with the underachiever, extensive parallel work with the parents is necessary for both tolerating and limiting the transitional expression of aggression. A 10year-old boy who refused to finish the last piece of his homework and was hit by a helpless single mother needed to test whether defiance and calling her a stupid helpless person would again lead to abusive outbursts or effective control.
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Here, again, only concrete operational children showed significant generalization to the third task. The findings of these studies by Cohen, Meyers, Schleser, and their colleagues offer a potentially useful perspective on the perennial problem of generalization. In therapy with children, an absence of generalization may not necessarily be attributable to inadequate techniques alone. Instead, it may be that generalization requires cognitive/ conceptual capacities that are not in place until children have reached the concrete operational level of development.
Advances in Clinical Child Psychology by Christoph M. Heinicke (auth.), Benjamin B. Lahey, Alan E. Kazdin (eds.)