Researchers use different techniques to modify the behavior of the mentally retarded in Kansas, United States.
Kansas United States USA Date:1975 Duration:4 min 10 sec Sound:Yes
Researchers work with mentally retarded children in the United States. Bruce Baker, Clinical Psychologist, Walter E Fernald State School, Waltham, Massachusetts talks about Project 67 in which his team used rewards to bring modifications in the behavior of the mentally retarded children. Several mentally retarded children play with puzzles. A retarded child makes his bed. Some tokens in his hand. A researcher nearby. A researcher with Debra and another girl. A retarded girl in a wheelchair. In a kitchen a girl lays table mats on the table. Retarded people sit in a room with specially designed walls. A retarded boy lifted and put into a special chair. Many retarded people seated in a room. A retarded girl works on a puzzle. An instructor arranges rollers in the hair of a girl in front of a mirror. Debra enters a room. Her instructor in the room. The instructor works with Debra. Cards with dots printed on them and tokens on the table. Debra with another researcher. A woman helps a retarded boy to identify pictures which appear on a screen. A woman teaches a retarded girl to iron. Debra arranges tokens on a sheet. Addition sums appear on a screen. A retarded boy selects the correct answer from the four options given. Debra and other retarded children in a class with a researcher. Debra in front of a computer screen which shows the digit 1. A man sits nearby.
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