The effects of scripted peer tutoring and programming common stimuli on social interactions of a student with autism spectrum disorder.

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This study examined the effects of scripted peer-tutoring reading activities, with and without programmed common play-related stimuli, on social interactions between a kindergartner with autism spectrum disorder and his typically developing peer-tutoring partners during free play. A withdrawal design with multiple baselines across peers showed no effects of… (More)

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