Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Self-control in children; Problem children--Behavior modification; Preschool children--Conduct of life;
This research paper is a review of the literature on self-monitoring as an intervention for the preschool population. Self-monitoring is defined, and its elements are described. The theoretical background of self-monitoring is provided. The development of preschoolers is discussed in the context of self-monitoring, and behaviors that may be appropriately self-monitored by preschoolers are considered. Studies of self-monitoring with these children are reviewed. Issues needing further study are presented, and recommendations concerning the need for additional research are made.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Educational Psychology and Foundations
Annette M. Iverson
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©1998 Nicole Fay Kimball
Kimball, Nicole Fay, "Self-monitoring with preschoolers" (1998). Graduate Research Papers. 1007.