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Peer rejection is a common experience for youth with emotional and behavioral disabilities and it is associated with increased risk of negative short-and long-term outcomes. There is a high premium on interventions that can improve the social status and functioning of these youth. Positive Peer Reporting (PPR) is a behavior analytic intervention designed to increase the social status of peer-rejected youth. Although several studies have demonstrated the efficacy of PPR, it is unclear whetherdoi:10.1037/h0100851 fatcat:msbvdb6xi5bsrk3twdhv26bory