Enhancing Conversation Skills in Children with Autism Via Video Technology

@article{Sherer2001EnhancingCS,
  title={Enhancing Conversation Skills in Children with Autism Via Video Technology},
  author={M. Sherer and K. Pierce and S. Paredes and K. L. Kisacky and B. Ingersoll and L. Schreibman},
  journal={Behavior Modification},
  year={2001},
  volume={25},
  pages={140 - 158}
}
The present studywas designed to compare the efficacy of “self” versus “other” video-modeling interventions. Five children with autism ranging in age from 4 to 11 were taught to answer a series of conversation questions in both self and other video-modeled conditions. Results were evaluated using a combination of a multiple baseline and alternating treatments design. Three out of the five participants performed at levels of 100% accuracy at posttreatment. Results indicated no overall difference… Expand
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