• Psychology
  • Published 2013

SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL DEFICITS OF HIGH-FUNCTIONING STUDENTS WITH AUTISM: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE

@inproceedings{Riordan2013SOCIALEMOTIONALDO,
  title={SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL DEFICITS OF HIGH-FUNCTIONING STUDENTS WITH AUTISM: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE},
  author={Kathleen Riordan},
  year={2013}
}
Undoubtedly, the school setting presents a multitude of intricate social interactions. An inability to read social interactions can result in heightened emotions, particularly anxiety; and responses from teachers and peers can result in a child with autism displaying adverse behavior. To date there are many interventions claiming to make a difference on the negative behaviors of autistic children, yet there is little empirical evidence demonstrating effective implementation. This literature… CONTINUE READING

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