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Social Skills Training of LD Adolescents: A Generalization Study

Schumaker, J.B., & Ellis, E.S. (1982). Social skills training of LD adolescents: A generalization study. Learning Disability Quarterly, 5(4), 409-414.

Topic: Social Skills
Subcategory: Research
Summary: The study employs a modified multiple-baseline across social skills design to determine the reliability of role playing as a device for assessing two types of situations before and after training: (a) contrived situation in the subject’s natural environment, and (b) novel role-playing situations.

 

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