Anoperantapproach to Teaching Joint Attentionskills to Childrenwith Autism

@inproceedings{Isaksen2009AnoperantapproachTT,
  title={Anoperantapproach to Teaching Joint Attentionskills to Childrenwith Autism},
  author={J\orn Isaksen and Per Holth},
  year={2009}
}
A lack of joint attention skills may constitute a core impairment in autism. In the present study, a training protocol was developed, based on the literature on joint attention and on behavioral interventions. The training was organized into a sequence of three main parts respectively aimed at establishing each of the following skills: (1) responding to joint attention bids, (2) engaging in turn-taking activities based on joint attention skills, and (3) initiating joint attention. Two novel… CONTINUE READING

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