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Nathan H. Azrin’s Book “How to Use Positive Practice, Self-Correction, and Overcorrection” - A Game-Changing Behavioral Guide


Born on November 26, 1930, in Boston, Nathan H. Azrin left an indelible mark on the field of behavior analysis and therapy. His legacy continues to thrive through his groundbreaking research and transformative therapeutic techniques. Azrin’s 57-year career was a testament to his creativity, prolificacy, and unwavering commitment to improving the lives of individuals facing behavior challenges. He passed away on March 29, 2013, in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, leaving behind a lasting impact on the field and countless lives.

Throughout his distinguished career, Nathan H. Azrin stood out as one of the most innovative and creative researchers in behavior analysis and therapy. His contributions spanned both the research laboratory and practical therapeutic settings. His work was characterized by its depth, range, and the sheer magnitude of its impact.

More than just a book, this guidebook empowers readers to confidently handle behavior hurdles. Through research, real stories, and practical methods, it demystifies positive practice, self-correction, and overcorrection.

Readers can expect to learn about identifying behavior triggers and applying effective corrections. The book’s real-world examples allow readers to grasp the core of positive practice and its applications. From understanding the causes of behavior challenges to using correction strategies, this book is a go-to for creating positive behavioral change.

The book offers valuable insights alongside effective strategies. Excerpts from the book highlight the difference between deliberate misbehavior and lack of learning. Through relatable scenarios, readers learn to navigate behavior challenges with precision and care.

Unlock the power of positive change with “How to Use Positive Practice, Self-Correction, and Overcorrection.” This guide is your key to transformation, offering practical insights to revolutionize behavior management.

This book is written by: Nathan H. Azrin. Ph.D., Victoria A. Besalel and Rachel Azrin. Get your copy at:

“How to Use Positive Practice, Self-Correction, and Overcorrection (How to Manage Behavior Series)”
Language : English
Paperback : 75 pages
ISBN-10 : 0890797927
ISBN-13 : 978-0890797921
Item Weight : 4.8 ounces
Dimensions : 6.25 x 0.25 x 9 inches

About the Author

Nathan H. Azrin (November 26, 1930 – March 29, 2013) was a behavioral modification researcher, psychologist, and university professor. He taught at Southern Illinois University and was the research director of Anna State Hospital between 1958 and 1980. In 1980 he became a professor at Nova Southeastern University, and entered emeritus status at the university in 2010. Azrin was the founder of several research methodologies, including Token Economics, the Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA) on which the CRAFT model was based, Family Behavior Therapy, and habit reversal training. According to fellow psychologist Brian Iwata “Few people have made research contributions equaling Nate’s in either basic or applied behaviour analysis, and none have matched his contributions to both endeavors.

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