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Teaching Social Skills to Students with Autism to Increase Peer Interactions in an Integrated First-Grade Classroom

Kamps, D.M., Leonard, B.R., Vernon, S., Dugan, E.P., Delquadri, J.C., Gershon, B., Wade, L., & Folk, L. (1992). Teaching social skills to students with autism to increase peer interactions in an integrated first-grade classroom, Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 25(2), 281-288.

Topic: Social Skills
Subcategory: Research
Summary: A multiple-baseline across subjects design is used to investigate the use of social skills to facilitate increased social interactions for students with autism using 10 to 20 minutes of a play group, four times per week.

 

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