Generalization Across Conversational Skills And Play Skills For Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders | 12509
Journal of Alzheimers Disease & Parkinsonism
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The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of video modeling training on the generalization across conversational
skills and play skills for two children with ASD. Video modeling intervention consisted of conversation training, play training,
and a combination of both training. The results of the single subject reversal design showed that it is unclear if targeting one of
these behaviors will affect the occurrence of the other. Play training alone increased the frequency of the interactive play for both
children with ASD, but did not generalize to increase in the frequency of the interactive conversation. Conversation training
alone increased the frequency of the interactive conversation for both of the children, but did not generalize to an increase in peer
interaction. Combination of both training resulted in the greatest increase in the frequency of the interactive conversation and
peer interaction than any other training alone.
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