Brief report: vocational outcomes for young adults with autism spectrum disorders at six months after virtual reality job interview training.

@article{Smith2015BriefRV,
  title={Brief report: vocational outcomes for young adults with autism spectrum disorders at six months after virtual reality job interview training.},
  author={Matthew J. Smith and Michael Francis Fleming and Michael A. R. Wright and Molly Losh and Laura Boteler Humm and Dale E. Olsen and Morris D Bell},
  journal={Journal of autism and developmental disorders},
  year={2015},
  volume={45 10},
  pages={3364-9}
}
Young adults with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have low employment rates and job interviewing presents a critical barrier to employment for them. Results from a prior randomized controlled efficacy trial suggested virtual reality job interview training (VR-JIT) improved interviewing skills among trainees with ASD, but not controls with ASD. We conducted a brief survey with 23 of 26 participants from this study to evaluate their vocational outcomes at 6-month follow-up with a… CONTINUE READING
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