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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 ...
Evaluating Instructor Preference in Children with Developmental Disabilities
With the increased incidence of autism over the past few decades, there has been a proliferation of companies providing therapy in the homes of children with autism. Most companies hire untrained individuals to provide ...
Using Multiple Baseline Designs to Demonstrate the Efficacy of Using Behavior Therapy to Teach Children to Answer Questions
The number of autism diagnoses has increased dramatically in the past decade (Association for Science in Autism Treatment). There are a variety of therapies that claim to be effective for treating autism. All clinicians ...
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 ...
Comparison of Mastery Criteria in Young Children with Autism
Behavioral intervention for young children diagnosed with autism involves teaching new skills that address the characteristics of autism. When teaching new skills to children diagnosed with autism, skills are taught ...