Applied behavior analysis programs for autism: sibling psychosocial adjustment during and following intervention use.

@article{Cebula2012AppliedBA,
  title={Applied behavior analysis programs for autism: sibling psychosocial adjustment during and following intervention use.},
  author={Katie R Cebula},
  journal={Journal of autism and developmental disorders},
  year={2012},
  volume={42 5},
  pages={847-62}
}
Psychosocial adjustment in siblings of children with autism whose families were using a home-based, applied behavior analysis (ABA) program was compared to that of siblings in families who were not using any intensive autism intervention. Data gathered from parents, siblings and teachers indicated that siblings in ABA families experienced neither significant drawbacks nor benefits in terms of their behavioral adjustment, sibling relationship quality and self-concept compared to control group… CONTINUE READING
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