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Other early studies by Jones and his colleagues have described and evaluated training procedures to enhance fire evacuation and assistance skills in young children, some of whom were developmentally delayed (see Jones, Kazdin, & Haney, 1981; Jones, Ollendick, & Shinske, 1989). These studies articulated a step-by-step sequence of evacuation skills that could be trained systematically. Follow-up studies incorporated methods to training these skills and to reduce children's fear of fire or 44 Chapter 3 Research Studies responding to a fire when necessary.
And, with the advancements in fire suppression technology, a siren more typically signifies a brief, but sensational, display of heroics. Without this balanced perspective of a fire that can serve beneficial purposes when safely controlled, the cultural fascination with the destructive force of an uncontrolled fire can gain predominance in a child's developing knowledge and understanding of the world. With this balancing influence diminished, the manifestations of this cultural fascination with fire can become the primary source of information from which a curious child can readily draw.
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