Assessing preference for social interactions.

  title={Assessing preference for social interactions.},
  author={Casey J Clay and Andrew L. Samaha and Sarah E. Bloom and Bistra K. Bogoev and Megan A. Boyle},
  journal={Research in developmental disabilities},
  volume={34 1},
We examined a procedure to assess preference for social interactions in individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Preferences were identified in five individuals using a paired-choice procedure in which participants approached therapists who provided different forms of social interactions. A subsequent tracking test showed that participants' approaches were under control of the form of social interaction provided as opposed to idiosyncratic features of the therapists… CONTINUE READING

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