Teaching children with autism to respond to disguised mands.

@article{Najdowski2017TeachingCW,
  title={Teaching children with autism to respond to disguised mands.},
  author={Adel C. Najdowski and R. G. Bergstrom and Jonathan R Tarbox and Megan St Clair},
  journal={Journal of applied behavior analysis},
  year={2017},
  volume={50 4},
  pages={
          733-743
        }
}
Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often have difficulty inferring the private events of others, including private verbal behavior (e.g., thoughts), private emotional responses, and private establishing operations, often referred to as "perspective taking" by the general psychology community. Children with ASD also have difficulty responding to disguised mands. Skinner's description of the "disguised mand" is verbal behavior wherein the speaker's mand directly describes neither its… CONTINUE READING
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