Self-Care Research Citations

Research Citations

Aldi, C., Crigler, A., Kates-McElrath, K., Long, B., Smith, H., Rehak, K., & Wilkinson, L. (2016). Examining the effects of video modeling and prompts to teach activities of daily living skills. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 9(4), 384–388.

Anders, P. L., & Davis, E. L. (2010). Oral health of patients with intellectual disabilities: A systematic review. Special Care in Dentistry, 30(3), 110–117.

Anderson, L. L., Humphries, K., McDermott, S., Marks, B., Sisarak, J., & Larson, S. (2013). The state of science of health and wellness for adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 51(5), 385–398.

Azrin, N. H., Schaeffer, R. M., & Wesolowski, M. D. (1976). A rapid method of teaching profoundly retarded persons to dress by a reinforcement guidance method. Mental Retardation, 14(6), 29–33.

Badia, M., Orgaz, M. B., Verdugo, M. Á., & Ullán, A. M. (2013). Patterns and determinants of leisure participation of youth and adults with developmental disabilities. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 57(4), 319–332.

Barczak, M. A. (2019). Simulated and community-based instruction: Teaching students with intellectual and developmental disabilties to make financial transactions. Teaching Exceptional Children, 51(4), 313–321.

Bishop, M. R., Kenzer, A. L., Coffman, C. M., Tarbox, C. M., Tarbox, J., & Lanagan, T. M. (2013). Using stimulus fading without escape extinction to increase compliance with toothbrushing in children with autism. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 7(6), 680–686.

Blount, R. L., & Stokes, T. F. (1984). Contingent public posting of photographs to reinforce dental hygiene: Promoting effective toothbrushing by elementary school children. Behavior Modification, 8(1), 79–92.

Brown, F. J., & Hooper, S. (2009). Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) with a learning disabled young person experiencing anxious and obsessive thoughts. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 13(3), 195–201.

Cannella-Malone, H. I., Fleming, C., Chung, Y.-C., Wheeler, G. M., Basbagill, A. R., & Singh, A. H. (2011). Teaching daily living skills to seven individuals with severe intellectual disabilities: A comparison video prompting to video modeling. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 13(3), 144–153.

Cannella-Malone, H., Sigafoos, J., de la Cruz, B., Edrisinha, C., & Lancioni, G. E. (2006). Comparing video prompting to video modeling for teaching daily living skills to six adults with developmental disabilities. Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities, 41(4), 344–356.

Carter, M. J., Mccown, K. M., Forest, S., Martin, J., Wacker, R., Gaede, D., & Fernandez, T. A. (2004). Exercise and fitness for adults with developmental disabilities: Case report of a group intervention. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 38(1), 72–84.

Chou, Y. C., & Lu, Z. Y. J. (2012). Caring for a daughter with intellectual disabilities in managing menstruation: A mother’s perspective. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 37(1), 1–10.

Claerhout, S., & Lutzker, J. R. (1981). Increasing children’s self-initiated compliance to dental regimens. Behavior Therapy, 12(2), 165–176.

Clarke, E. B., Mccauley, J. B., & Lord, C. (2021). Post-high school daily living skills in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 60(8), 978–985.

Codreanu, T. A., Celenza, A., & Jacobs, I. (2014). Does disaster education of teenagers translate into better survival knowledge, knowledge of skills, and adaptive behavioral change? A systematic literature review. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 29(6), 629–642.

Collins, B. C., Branson, T. A., & Hall, M. (1995). Teaching generalized reading of cooking product labels to adolescents with mental disabilities through the use of key words taught by peer tutors. Education and Training in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, 30(1), 65–75.

Dahan-Oliel, N., Shikako-Thomas, K., & Majnemer, A. (2012). Quality of life and leisure participation in children with neurodevelopmental disabilities: A thematic analysis of the literature. Quality of Life Research, 21(3), 427–439.

Davies, D. K., Stock, S. E., & Wehmeyer, M. L. (2003). Utilization of computer technology to facilitate money management by individuals with mental retardation. Education and Training in Developmental Disabiltiies, 38(1), 106–112.

Demetral, G. D., Driessen, J., & Goff, G. A. (1983). A proactive training approach designed to assist developmentally disabled adolescents deal effectively with their menarche. Sexuality and Disability, 6(1), 38–46.

Dixon, D. R., Bergstrom, R., Smith, M. N., & Tarbox, J. (2010). A review of research on procedures for teaching safety skills to persons with developmental disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 31(5), 985–994.

Donnelly, M. G., & Karsten, A. M. (2017). Effects of programmed teaching errors on acquisition and durability of self-care skills. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 50(3), 511–528.

Drysdale, B., Lee, C. Y. Q., Anderson, A., & Moore, D. W. (2015). Using video modeling incorporating animation to teach toileting to two children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities, 27(2), 149–165.

Eckman, T. A., Liberman, R. P., Phipps, C. C., & Blair, K. E. (1990). Teaching medication management skills to schizophrenic patients. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology, 10(1), 33–38.

Elbogen, E. B., Tiegreen, J., Vaughan, C., & Bradford, D. W. (2011). Money management, mental health, and psychiatric disability: A recovery-oriented model for improving financial skills. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 34(3), 223–231.

Epps, S., Stern, R. J., & Horner, R. H. (1990). Comparison of simulation training on self and using a doll for teaching generalized menstrual care to women with severe mental retardation. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 11(1), 37–66.

Erickson, S. R., Salgado, T. M., & Tan, X. (2016). Issues in the medication management process in people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities: A qualitative study of the caregivers’ perspective. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 54(6), 412–426.

Ersoy, G., Tekin-Iftar, E., & Kircaali-Iftar, G. (2009). Effect of antecedent prompt and test procedure on teaching simulated menstrual care skills to females with develpmental disabilities. Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities, 44(1), 54–66.

Fiebig, J. H., Gould, E. R., Ming, S., & Watson, R. A. (2020). An invitation to act on the value of self-care: Being a whole person in all that you do. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 13(3), 559–567.

Flanagan, L., Roe, B., Jack, B., Barrett, J., Chung, A., Shaw, C., & Williams, K. S. (2012). Systematic review of care intervention studies for the management of incontinence and promotion of continence in older people in care homes with urinary incontinence as the primary focus (1966-2010). Geriatrics and Gerontology International, 12(4), 600–611.

Fuhrmann, S., Stone, L. D., Casey, M. C., Curtis, M. D., Doyle, A. L., Earle, B. D., Jones, D. D., Rodriguez, P., & Schermerhorn, S. M. (2008). Teaching disaster preparedness in geographic education. Journal of Geography, 107, 112–120.

Gast, D. L., Winterling, V., Wolery, M., & Farmer, J. A. (1992a). Teaching first-aid skills to students with moderate handicaps in small group instruction. Education and Treatment of Children, 15(2), 101–124.

Gast, D. L., Winterling, V., Wolery, M., & Farmer, J. A. (1992b). Teaching first-aid skills to students with moderate handicaps in small group instruction. Education and Treatment of Children, 15(2), 101–124.

Gil, V., Bennett, K. D., & Barbetta, P. M. (2019). Teaching young adults with intellectual disability grocery shopping skills in a community setting using least-to-most prompting. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 12, 649–653.

Granberg, A., Olsson, V., & Mattsson Sydner, Y. (2017). Teaching and learning cooking skills in Home Economics: What do teachers for students with mild intellectual disabilities consider important to learn? British Food Journal, 119(5), 1067–1078.

Graves, T. B., Collins, B. C., Schuster, J. W., & Kleinert, H. (2005). Using video prompting to teach cooking skills to secondary students with moderate disabilities. Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities, 40(1), 34–46.

Hadaway, A. (2020). Handwashing: Clean hands save lives. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet, 24(1), 43–49.

Hammes, B. J., & Rooney, B. L. (1998). Death and end-of-life planning in one midwestern community. Archives of Internal Medicine, 158, 383–390.

Heller, T., Mccubbin, J. A., Drum, C., & Peterson, J. (2011). Physical activity and nutrition health promotion interventions: What is working for people with intellectual disabilities? Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 49(1), 26–36.

Hoffmann, R., & Muttarak, R. (2017). Learn from the past, prepare for the future: Impacts of education and experience on disaster preparedness in the Philippines and Thailand. World Development, 96, 32–51.

Hollis, N. T. D., Thierry, J. A. M., & Garcia-Williams, A. G. (2021). Self-reported handwashing and surface disinfection behaviors by U.S. adults with disabilities to prevent COVID-19, Spring 2020. Disability and Health Journal, 14(3), 101096.

Horn, J. A., Miltenberger, R. G., Weil, T., Mowery, J., Conn, M., & Sams, L. (2008). Teaching laundry skills to individuals with developmental disabilties using video prompting. International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy, 4(3), 279–2008.

Horner, R. D., & Keilitz, I. (1975). Training mentally retarded adolescents to brush their teeth. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 8(3), 301–309.

Hughes, M. W., Schuster, J. W., & Nelson, C. M. (1993). The acquisition of independent dressing skills by students with multiple disabilities. In Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities (Vol. 5, Issue 3).

Jacobi, L. I. Z. (1981). Teaching laundry skills to mentally retarded students. Education and Training of the Mentally Retarded, 16(1), 54–64.

Johnson, B. F., & Cuvo, A. J. (1981). Teaching mentally retarded adults to cook. Behavior Modification, 5(2), 187–202.

Jones, G. Y., & Collins, B. C. (1997). Teaching microwave skills to adults with disabilities: Acquisition of nutrition and safety facts presented as nontargeted information. In Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities (Vol. 9, Issue 1).

Kahana, B., Dan, A., Kahana, E., & Kercher, K. (2004). The personal and social context of planning for end-of-life care. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 52, 1163–1167.

Kearney, K. B., Brady, M. P., Hall, K., & Honsberger, T. (2018). Using peer-mediated literacy-based behavioral interventions to increase first aid safety skills in students with developmental disabilities. Behavior Modification, 42(5), 639–660.

Kellems, R. O., Richards, T. H., Okray, D. A., Sauer-Sagiv, L., & Washburn, B. (2018). iPad® video prompting to teach young adults with disabilities independent living skill: A maintenance study. Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals, 41(3), 175–184.

Klett, L. S., & Turan, Y. (2012). Generalized effects of social stories with task analysis for teaching menstrual care to three young girls with autism. Sexuality and Disability, 30(3), 319–336.

Kohn, S., Eaton, J. L., Feroz, S., Bainbridge, A. A., Hoolachan, J., & Barnett, D. J. (2012). Personal disaster preparedness: An integrative review of the literature. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 6(3), 217–231.

Kroeger, K. A., & Sorensen-Burnworth, R. (2009). Toilet training individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities: A critical review. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 3, 607–618.

Lancioni, G. E., & O’Reilly, M. F. (2002). Teaching food preparation skills to people with intellectual disabilities: A literature overview. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 15(3), 236–253.

Lattal, K. A. (1969). Contingency management of toothbrushing behavior in a summer camp for children. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2(3), 195–198.

Leblanc, L. A., Carr, J. E., Crossett, S. E., Bennett, C. M., & Detweiler, D. D. (2005). Intensive outpatient behavioral treatment treatment of primary urinary incontience in children with Autism. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 20(2), 98–105.

Levac, J., Toal-Sullivan, D., & O’Sullivan, T. L. (2012). Household emergency preparedness: A literature review. Journal of Community Health, 37(3), 725–733.

Luiselli, J. K. (1993). Training self-feeding skills in children who are deaf and blind. Behavior Modification, 17(4), 457–473.

Lusardi, A., & Mirchell, O. S. (2011). Financial literacy around the world: An overview. Journal of Pension Economics & Finance, 10(4), 497–508.

Madaus, J. W., Pivamik, L., Patnoad, M., Scarpati, S., Richard, N., Hirsch, D. W., Carbone, E., & Gable, R. K. (2020). Teaching food safety skills to students with disabilities. Teaching Exceptional Children, 42(4), 44–51.

Mason, L., & Cunningham, C. (2008). An exploration of issues around menstruation for women with Down Syndrome and their carers. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 21(3), 257–267.

Matson, J. L., Taras, M. E., Sevin, J. A., Love, S. R., & Fridley, D. (1990). Teaching self-help skills to autistic and mentally retarded children. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 11(4), 361–378.

McDonnell, J., & McFarland, S. (1988). A comparison of forward and concurrent chaining strategies in teaching laundromat skills to students with severe handicaps. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 9(2), 177–194.

Mechling, L. C., Ayres, K. M., Foster, A. L., & Bryant, K. J. (2013). Comparing the effects of commercially available and custom-made video prompting for teaching cooking skills to high school students with Austism. Remedial and Special Education, 34(6), 371–383.

Michael Day, H., & Horner, R. H. (1986). Response variation and the generalization of a dressing skill: Comparison of single instance and general case instruction. Applied Research in Mental Retardation, 7, 189–202.

Miller, U. C., & Test, D. W. (2017). A comparison of constant time delay and most-to-least prompting in teaching laundry skills to students with moderate retardation. Education and Training in Mental Retardation, 24(4), 363–370.

Moorman, S. M., & Inoue, M. (2013). Persistent problems in end-of-life planning among young- and middle-aged American couples. The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 68(1), 97–106.

Morrow, S. A., & Bates, P. E. (1987). The effectiveness of three sets of school-based instructional materials and community training on the acquisition and generalization of community laundry skills by students with severe handicaps. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 8(1), 113–136.

Morse, T. E., Schuster, J. W., & Sandknop, P. A. (1996). Grocery shopping skills for persons with moderate to profound intellectual disabilities: A review of the literature. Education and Treatment of Children, 19(4), 487–517.

N, M. E. İ. Z. Ç. E. T. İ., & Bozak, B. (2020). The effectiveness of a training package to teach first aid skills to individuals with intellectual and additional disabilties. International Education Studies, 13(3), 27–42.

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Oosterveld-Vlug, M., Oldenkamp, M., Mastebroek, M., & Boeije, H. (2020). What difficulties do people with mild intellectual disabilities experience when seeking medical help from their GP? A qualitative study. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 34(1), 178–189.

Peres, M. A., Macpherson, L. M. D., Weyant, R. J., Daly, B., Venturelli, R., Mathur, M. R., Listl, S., Celeste, R. K., Guarnizo-Herreño, C. C., Kearns, C., Benzian, H., Allison, P., & Watt, R. G. (2019). Oral diseases: A global public health challenge. The Lancet, 394, 249–260.

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Rodgers, J., & Lipscombe, J. (2005). The nature and extent of help given to women with intellectual disabilities to manage menstruation. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 30(1), 45–52.

Rodgers, J., Lipscombe, J., & Santer, M. (2006). Menstrual problems experienced by women with learning disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 19(4), 364–373.

Rowe, D. A., & Test, D. W. (2013). Effects of simulation to teach students with disabilties basic finance skills. Remedial and Special Education, 34(4), 237–248.

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