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Comparing the Effects of Single and Multiple Target Trials in Teaching Skills to Children Diagnosed with Autism.
Children with autism generally have difficulty communicating with others (Sundberg & Partington, 1998). Therapists working with these children must decide how to most effectively and efficiently teach new skills such as ...
Effects of Teacher Intonation on the Response of Children with Autism.
This study examined performance on maintenance skills when using a conversational or enthusiastic voice tone for children diagnosed with autism.
The Effects of Motivating Operations on the Transfer from Labels to Requests for Children Diagnosed with Autism.
In this study motivating variables were manipulated to examine the effects on teaching children with autism to request for preferred items after teaching them how to label the item.
The Stability of Preferences for Tangible Items in Children Diagnosed with Autism.
Results of previous literature suggest that stability of preferences for tangible items varies across individuals. Few studies have examined preference stability for young children with autism. This study extends the ...
Effects of Preference on the Transfer from Labels to Requests in Children with Autism.
The purpose of this study was to replicate and extend Wallace et al. (2006) to determine the importance of "motivation" on the transfer from a label to a request. The current study included children diagnosed with autism ...
Review of Naturalistic Teaching Models for Children with Autism.
Within Applied Behavior Analysis, several different naturalistic teaching models are used to teach skills to children with autism. These models include: Incidental Teaching (IT), Milieu Teaching (MT), Natural Language ...