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Other Resources

Dr. Waksman has authored or co-authored many useful resources, including:

Waksman Social Skills Curriculum
for Adolescents—4th Edition

An Assertive Behavior Program
by Steven Waksman and Deborah Denney Waksman

This is a popular and effective 9-week, 18-lesson curriculum with specific goals, objectives, worksheets, homework assignments, and instructions.
Specific Lessons:

1. Passive, Aggressive, Assertive Behavior
2. Requests and Refusals
3. Eye Contact, Posture, and Voice
4. Clear Goal Statements
5. Social Problem Solving
6. Conversation Skills
7. Disclosing Feelings
8. Touching and Listening
9. Enhancing Self-Esteem and Positive Body Image

 
    10. Compliments and Self-Reinforcement
    11. Receiving Criticism
    12. Reactions to Anger
    13. Self-Relaxation
    14. Drug Refusal Skills, Group Pressure, and Teasing
    15. Losing and Failure
    16. Embarrassing Situations
    17. Avoiding Fights and Solving Arguments
    18. Self-Confidence

The curriculum is available from PRO-ED publishers at
1-800-897-3202 or buy online from www.proedinc.com.

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Portland Problem Behavior Checklist-Revised

(PPBC-R School Version)

This 29 item standardized rating scale was developed from the most frequent problems identified by teachers. It assists specialists to identify and rate specific pin-pointed problem behaviors for evaluation purposes, behavioral interventions and/or individual educational programs. The rating scale was normed on randomly selected students and has subscales which assist specialists in differential diagnosis. The research studies documenting the rating scale’s excellent reliability (alpha=.94, test-retest=.98) and strong validity are described in the manual.

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Waksman Social Skills Rating Scale

(WSSRS School version)

This 21 item standardized rating scale was developed from the most important social skills identified by a large group of educators and mental health professionals. It allows you to identify children and adolescents (K-12) for social skills programs and to evaluate the effectiveness of those programs. The rating scale was normed on randomly selected students and assesses both aggressive and passive domains. The research studies documenting the rating scale’s excellent reliability (alpha = .92, test-retest = .92 for aggressive domain and .69 for passive domain), and strong validity are described in the manual.

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