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Comparison of tablet-delivered and instructor-delivered teaching on receptive identification in children with autism spectrum disorders
Tablet vs. instructor teaching
The purpose of our study was to compare the effectiveness of tablet- and instructor-delivered teaching (i.e., prompting and reinforcement) on the receptive identification of one-word concepts in children with autism spectrum ...
Comparing two methods to promote generalization of receptive identification in children with autism spectrum disorders
(Taylor & Francis, 2017-11-30)
Objective: The purpose of our study was to compare the effects of serial and concurrent training on the generalisation of receptive identification in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Methods: We taught one ...
Using the dual-criteria methods to supplement visual inspection: An analysis of nonsimulated data
Dual-criteria methods 1
The purpose of our study was to examine the probability of observing false positives in non-simulated data using the dual-criteria methods. We extracted data from published studies to produce a series of 16,927 datasets ...
Generalization following tablet-based instruction in children with autism spectrum disorders
Given that children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) often require one-to-one individualized instruction, using tablets as teaching tools may represent an interesting option in classrooms with high student to teacher ...
Newspaper coverage of autism treatment in Canada: 10-year trends (2004–2013)
Couverture médiatique des traitements de l’autisme au Canada : tendances sur 10 ans (2004-2013)
(SAGE Publications, 2015)
Objective: To compare trends in coverage of empirically supported and alternative autism treatments in Canadian newspapers during a 10-year period and to examine whether the portrayal of empirically supported and alternative ...