Dr. Nolan conducts anger management training groups for adults with intellectual disabilities living in group homes or apartments in the community. In the group training sessions, Dr. Nolan discusses anger management strategies (e.g., relaxation procedures, calming selfstatements, and coping responses such as walking away), models the strategies, and has all participants rehearse the skills in a variety of role-plays. After each rehearsal, she provides feedback (reinforcement and instructions for improvement) to the participants. At the beginning of the training, she asks the participants to identify situations in which they had trouble controlling their anger; she then uses those situations as role-plays in the training. Sometimes particular people in the group have had anger difficulties with each other. When this happens, Dr. Nolan has the particular participants practice anger management skills in roleplays with each other. The group meets for 10 sessions, and Dr. Nolan encourages all of the group members to participate actively in every session.
What strategies is Dr. Nolan using to promote generalization?
What other strategies could she use to promote generalization?
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