Using Video Modeling to Teach Perspective Taking to Children with Autism

@article{CharlopChristy2003UsingVM,
  title={Using Video Modeling to Teach Perspective Taking to Children with Autism},
  author={M. H. Charlop-Christy and S. Daneshvar},
  journal={Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions},
  year={2003},
  volume={5},
  pages={12 - 21}
}
Perspective taking refers to the ability to determine mental states of others in order to explain or predict behavior. In typically developing children, this skill appears around age 4 years (Baron-Cohen, Leslie, & Frith, 1985), but it is delayed or absent in children with autism. In the present study, video modeling was used to teach perspective taking to three children with autism. A multiple-baseline design across children and within child across tasks was used to assess learning… Expand

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