The other method used was the use of videos that demonstrated behavioral changes among kids and adults. The videos served as an excellent method of gathering information concerning to the apprenticeship. The videos included both the PBIS and ABA analysis of behavioral changes.
Results showed that children with behavioral changes had a problem to do with their brain. The behaviors come from the way biological mechanisms frame it. The baseline for the interventions required included the use of scripts defining the events of self-regulation. These scripts were for the teachers to adhere in the event of evaluating children with such a disorder. Use of natural methods of countering PBIS was a major intervention for the teachers and persons concerning to self-regulation.
The evaluation of self-regulation included strengths that helped the teachers to originate the right interventions. These interventions required that enough evidence concerning to the causes of self- regulation became clear. Limitations facing apprenticeship included the difficulties of changing adults to change behaviors that they are already used to (Ylvisaker and Feeney, 2009).
The study aimed at establishing stimulus triggering behavioral regulation. The stimuli amplify the way the brain responds, a matter that is connected to the behaviors of a person. Population involved included children in the ages 5-6 years. These were children with bad behavior records, appearing uneasy and those brought up by aggressive parents.
One of the methods was the use of gamma synchrony that would trigger the state of mind of a certain person. Gamma involves the use of electrotherapy to check on the reception of a child’s brain electrotherapy.
It was true that the behavior of children reflects the different environs in which they are brought up. This explains that children brought up by aggressive parents are liable to have behavioral disarrays. Stimuli included