Caregiver Responsiveness and Social Interaction Behaviors of Young Children With Autism

@inproceedings{Ruble2008CaregiverRA,
  title={Caregiver Responsiveness and Social Interaction Behaviors of Young Children With Autism},
  author={Lisa A Ruble},
  year={2008}
}
Although it is documented that parent interaction influences children’s development, few studies have focused on methods for reliably assessing molar-level caregiver-child interactions that are used regularly in treatment evaluations in communitybased settings, and none have targeted children with autism spectrum disorders. Thirty-five children and their caregivers participated in an outpatient evaluation for therapeutic treatment planning for children with autism spectrum disorders. Parent… CONTINUE READING

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