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Azrin, N. H., Flores, T., & Kaplan, S. J. (1975). Job-finding club: A group assisted program for obtaining employment. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 13, 17-27.
Azrin, N. H., Gottlieb, L., Hughart, L., Wesolowski, M. D., & Rahn, T. (1975). Eliminating self-injurious behavior by educative procedures. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 13, 101-111.
Azrin, N. H. and Powers, M. A. (1975). Eliminating classroom disturbances of emotionally disturbed children by positive practice procedures. Behavior Therapy, 6, 525-534.
Azrin, N. H. & Wesolowski, M. D. (1975). Eliminating habitual vomiting in a retarded adult by positive practice and self-correction. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 6, 145-148.
Azrin, N. H., & Wesolowski, M. D. (1975). The use of positive practice to eliminate persistent floor sprawling by profoundly retarded persons. Behavior Therapy, 6, 627,631.
Nunn, R. G. & Azrin, N. H. (1976). Eliminating nail biting by the habit-reversal procedure. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 14, 339-348.
Azrin, N. H., Schaeffer, R. M., & Wesolowski, M. D. (1976). A rapid method of teaching profoundly retarded persons to dress by a reinforcement-guidance method. Mental Retardation, 14, 29-33.
Azrin, N. H. (1976). Improvements in the community-reinforcement approach to alcoholism. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 14, 339-348.
Besalel-Azrin, V., Azrin, N. H., & Armstrong, P. M. (1977). The student-oriented classroom: A method of improving student conduct and satisfaction. Behavior Therapy, 9, 193-204.
Azrin, N. H. (1977). A strategy for applied research learning based but outcome oriented. American Psychologist, 140-149.
Azrin, N. (1978). Toward a solution: A critique. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 11, 175.
Azrin, N. H., & Thienes, P. M. (1978). Rapid elimination of enuresis by intensive learning without a conditioning apparatus. Behavior Therapy, 9, 342-354.
Azrin, N. H., Hontos, P. T., & Besalel-Azrin, V. (1979). Elimination of enuresis without a conditioning apparatus: an extension by office instruction of the child and parents. Behavior Therapy, 10, 14-19.