Differences in maternal responsive and directive behavior during free play with and without aided AAC.

  title={Differences in maternal responsive and directive behavior during free play with and without aided AAC.},
  author={Kara F Medeiros and Cynthia Cress},
  journal={Augmentative and alternative communication},
  volume={32 2},
Maternal directive and responsive behaviors were compared for 25 mothers and children with complex communication needs using two types of toys (familiar and unfamiliar toys). Each type of toy play was conducted with and without a single message speech-generating communication device (SGD) programmed to say "more." Rate percentages of coded intervals for maternal directive and responsive behaviors were analyzed using repeated measures ANOVAs. Results indicated that mothers used significantly… CONTINUE READING

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