alexa The TEACCH program in the era of evidence-based practice.
Neurology

Neurology

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Author(s): Mesibov GB, Shea V

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Abstract 'Evidence-based practice' as initially defined in medicine and adult psychotherapy had limited applicability to autism interventions, but recent elaborations of the concept by the American Psychological Association (Am Psychol 61: 271-285, 2006) and Kazdin (Am Psychol 63(1):146-159, 2008) have increased its relevance to our field. This article discusses the TEACCH program (of which the first author is director) as an example of an evidence-based practice in light of recent formulations of that concept. This article was published in J Autism Dev Disord and referenced in Autism-Open Access

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