Sibling-Mediated Social Interaction Intervention for Young Children With Autism:

@inproceedings{Tsao2006SiblingMediatedSI,
  title={Sibling-Mediated Social Interaction Intervention for Young Children With Autism:},
  author={L. Tsao and Samuel L. Odom},
  year={2006}
}
In the present study, the authors investigated the effectiveness of a sibling-mediated intervention in supporting the social behaviors of young children with autism. They used a multiple-baseline design across four sibling dyads to examine the effectiveness of the intervention. The researchers taught the typically developing siblings ways to socially engage their brothers with autism, which resulted in strong and positive changes in joint attention and modest changes in social behavior for the… CONTINUE READING

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