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For example, as a pioneer in practice and in documenting what was effective in pediatric psychology, Logan Wright described devising a successful intervention for helping wean children off of their “addiction” to breathing through tracheotomy cannula, a situation that previously produced a high mortality rate (Wright, Nunnery, Eichel, & Scott, 1968, 1969). He also developed and evaluated treatment for children’s refusals to swallow liquids or solids (Wright, 1971), for a child’s self-induced seizure (Wright, 1973a), and for encopresis that had been ineffectively treated to that time (Wright, 1973b, 1975; Wright & Walker, 1976).
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