1996．第24卷第2期（Vol. 24 No. 2）．pp. 1528
Understanding and Managing Student Problem Behaviors in Schools: An Integrative Approach
David W. CHAN（陳維鄂）
The need for an integrative approach to conceptualize student problem behaviors and to suggest avenues and strategies for management was recognized given the prevalence of student problem behaviors in Hong Kong schools. In surveying the different theories and models of management applicable to the school setting, the ABC model was suggested as a framework for conceptualizing student problem behaviors. Diverse strategies derived from different approaches were shown to be interpretable as different ways of maneuvering antecedents (A), behaviors (B), and consequences (C). The integrative approach was illustrated with a case example.