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The literature contains 13 single-case reports that employed a behavior therapy approach to the treatment of GID in children (12 boys, 1 girl), the majority of which are from Rekers and his associates (for references, see Rekers 1985; Zucker 2001; for a detailed outline of the subject and treatment characteristics of the case reports by Rekers and colleagues, see Zucker 1985, Table 15).

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