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Title: 自閉症児のこだわり行動の理解と対応の仕方の検討 : 交流的スポーツ活動におけるY君の行動から
Other Titles: Some considerations and responses to persistent behavior of an autistic child : From a six-year-boy's behavior in interactive sport activity
Authors: 深代, 恵子
石川, 尚子
Fukashiro, Keiko
Ishikawa, Takako
フカシロ, ケイコ
イシカワ, タカコ
Keywords: interactive sport activity
an autistic child
persistent behavior
Issue Date: Mar-2002
Abstract: This study describes the case of asix-year-old boy who joins our interactive sport activity which aims to improve emotional balances and developmental problems to the children with mental or physical disabilities. After bouncing a trampoline he offered stubborn resistance against descending from the trampoline and leaving a gym. The purpose of this study is to analyze the significance of his behavior and consider the ways of treatments to his behavior and the prognosis. The following are observed in the activities covering one year and half. When his attachment for an assistant was accepted sufficiently or his behavior was less restricted, he maintained his emotional balances and is also easy to follow instructions like descending a trampoline. As it was a temporary improvement, he lost his emotional balance if restriction or prohibitions kept on or increased. His violent behavior like a strong stand against going out of a gym was the most strong one in his resistance and he didn't modified his violent behavior. Though it is considered that his extraordinary persistence and intolerance to restriction against persistence are innate, there might be some possibility that they are caused by his basic anxiety due to the lack of the feeling of acceptance.
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