Using Behavior Analysis to Examine the Outcomes of Unproven Therapies: An Evaluation of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Children with Autism

@article{Lerman2008UsingBA,
  title={Using Behavior Analysis to Examine the Outcomes of Unproven Therapies: An Evaluation of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Children with Autism},
  author={Dorothea C. Lerman and Tesa Sansbury and Alyson N Hovanetz and Erin Wolever and Amber L. Garcia and Erin K. O’Brien and Hellen Adedipe},
  journal={Behavior Analysis in Practice},
  year={2008},
  volume={1},
  pages={50-58}
}
It has become increasingly common for parents of children with autism to supplement behavior analytic interventions with therapies that have not yet been subjected to adequate scientific scrutiny. When caregivers elect to use unproven therapies despite advice to the contrary, practitioners should employ the methods of applied behavior analysis to experimentally evaluate the outcomes. Controlled evaluations of unproven therapies can be challenging, however, particularly when ongoing behavioral… CONTINUE READING
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