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Use of PBIS Methods to Reinforce Sportsmanship in a Recreational Setting for Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Demonstrate and evaluate the use of a PBIS intervention, "PLAY." Four rules were modeled and a group contingency was used to decrease problem behaviors in a recreational setting. Results showed positive outcomes through ...
Experimental Functional Analysis of Problem Behavior for Participants of a Social Skills Program for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Brief functional analysis for students exhibiting problem behavior with ASD. Goal of study involved determining the function of behavior, in order to provide information for future interventions.
Recognition of and Attitudes Toward Autism Spectrum Disorder in College Students
The present study explored the intended reactions to a hypothetical character with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and the effect of several variables on those intended reactions, using a convenience sample of 172 introductory ...
Is There a Relationship Between Art and Theory of Mind? A Review of Findings
Art interpretation, or perception of art, reflects the intrapersonal relationship to emotions, thoughts, and seductions that a person experiences while viewing artwork (Barret, 2002). Alongside the importance of artwork ...