注意バイアス修正訓練を取り入れた集団ソーシャルスキル トレーニングが児童生徒のソーシャルスキルの維持と 般化に及ぼす影響

――報酬への感受性の高低による効果の違いの比較――

Translated title of the contribution: Group social skills training and attention training for elementary and middle school children in high and low reward sensitivity groups: Effects on maintenance and generalization of social skills

Chihaya Osawa, Rui Hashimoto, Hironori Shimada

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    The present study examined the efficacy of group social skills training (GSST) combined with attention training for maintenance and generalization of social skills, and explored the extent to which reward sensitivity had an impact on effects of group social skills training. Children from elementary school (5th and 6th graders, N=342) and middle school (7th, 8th, and 9th graders, N=565) were assigned to either a standard group social skills training condition or a group social skills training plus attention training condition. The pupils in each condition were then subdivided into 2 groups based on their reward sensitivity. The results from those children who were unable to acquire social entry skills after receiving group social skills training aimed at a specific target skill were excluded from subsequent analysis. The results for the remaining children showed that the acquired target skill was maintained at a 1-month follow-up, and that stimulus generalization was promoted in all groups. The results from the measure of response generalization showed that prosocial behavior increased only in the groups (at both schoolgrade levels) getting group social skills training plus attention training, whereas aggressive behavior decreased in all the groups of elementary school children. These results suggest that response generalization is only very slightly promoted depending on the type of social skill, but that it may also occur if group social skills training is provided together with attention training.

    Original languageJapanese
    Pages (from-to)300-312
    Number of pages13
    JournalJapanese Journal of Educational Psychology
    Volume66
    Issue number4
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2018 Jan 1

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    schoolchild
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    Maintenance
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    Response Generalization
    Stimulus Generalization
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