Social Psych Paper

Social Psych Paper - S ocial I nte ractions C hildre and...

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Social Interactions: Children and Adolescents with Disabilities By: Saïeda Lataillade-Lewis
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Statement of Experiment At TheLearning Treein Tallassee, Alabama I was ableto observethebehaviors that individuals with special needs display, and gain a better understanding of what the needs of thepopulation was. The purpose of theobservation was to compare thedifferences between children and adolescents with special needs, and those without. The data collected reflects 14 hours of observation
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Observation Thepopulation (thosewith special needs) was quiteaggressiveand frustrated. Posessed a need for attention. Becameangry and self destructivefrequently, becauseof simpleeveryday tasks. Their actions generally go without punishment becauseof their conditions.
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Group Comparison Thosewithout special needs Not as aggressive Understand how to handleeveryday tasks Can communicate easier Thosewith special needs Becomefrustrated; Cannot accomplish everyday tasks Difficulty with communication Not self sufficient.
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