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Prevalence of stereotypy in individuals with developmental disabilities: a systematic review
(Springer Verlag, 2016)
Although many researchers have examined the prevalence of stereotypy in individuals with developmental disabilities, the results of previous studies have not been aggregated and analyzed methodically. Thus, we conducted a ...
Preliminary effects of parent-implemented behavioural interventions for stereotypy
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
Objective: The purpose of our study was to replicate and extend previous research on using multicomponent behavioural interventions designed to reduce engagement in stereotypy by examining their effects when implemented ...
Using single-case experiments to support evidence-based decisions : how much is enough?
Single-case experimental designs
For practitioners, the use of single-case experimental designs (SCEDs) in the research literature raises an important question: How many single-case experiments are enough to have sufficient confidence that an intervention ...
Using computer tablets to assess preference for videos in children with autism
Assessing preference for videos
Using computer tablets, we assessed preference for videos in five children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Then, we provided access to most preferred and less preferred videos contingent on sitting on one of two chairs ...