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Using mobile technology to reduce engagement in stereotypy : a validation of decision-making algorithms
Mobile technology to reduce stereotypy
We developed an iOS app, the iSTIM, designed to support parents of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in reducing common repetitive vocal and motor behavior (i.e., stereotypy). The purpose of our study was to ...
Preliminary effects of conditioned establishing operations on stereotypy
(Springer Verlag, 2014)
We repeatedly paired preferred stimuli with known establishing properties and poster boards (i.e., neutral stimuli) to examine whether these poster boards would acquire the effects of a conditioned establishing operation ...
Effects of multiple interventions for reducing vocal stereotypy: Developing a sequential intervention model
Despite the availability of several interventions designed to reduce engagement in vocal stereotypy, few studies have compared two or more interventions together. Consequently, practitioners have limited amount of data ...
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 ...
Effects of reducing stereotypy on other behaviors: a systematic review
Researchers have shown that high levels of stereotypy in individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders were correlated with more significant impairments in social and adaptive functioning. Reducing stereotypy may ...
Assessment and treatment of stereotypy in an individual with Cornelia de Lange syndrome and deafblindness
(Taylor & Francis, 2014)
Background Several researchers have reduced engagement in stereotypy in individuals with intellectual disability and deafblindness using interventions containing a punishment component. The purpose of our study was to ...