Effectiveness of Differential Reinforcement of Incompatible Behavior (Dri) in Managing Problem Behavior of Adolescents with Intellectual Disability with Autism: A Single Subject Design

Sanjay Kumar
Assistant Professor Department of Intellectual Disability DSMNR University, Lucknow (U.P.) India Email-Sanj.70@gmail.com
Persons with intellectual disability with autism exhibit problem behaviours in various domains such as violent and destructive behavior, self-injurious behavior, repetitive behavior, odd behavior etc. Training them to overcome the limitations is the primary aim of any rehabilitation professional. The research aims to investigate effectiveness of differential reinforcement of incompatible behavior (DRI) to manage problem behavior of flapping of fingers. The research uses quantitative approach with single subject design. The result show there was a decrease rate of flapping of fingers and an increase of acquisition of incompatible behavior of scribbling with crayons.