• Psychology
  • Published 2012

A comparison point of view video modeling and video self-modeling for preschool-aged children with autism spectrum disorder

@inproceedings{Ogle2012ACP,
  title={A comparison point of view video modeling and video self-modeling for preschool-aged children with autism spectrum disorder},
  author={Lindsey Ogle},
  year={2012}
}
Video modeling interventions have been recognized as effective and evidence-based behavioral interventions for individuals with autism spectrum disorders; however, the effectiveness of different types of video modeling is still being explored. The present study examined the effectiveness of point of view video modeling compared to video self-modeling using a novel object retrieval task. A multiple baseline, across participants research design was used to assess four, three to four-year-old… CONTINUE READING

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