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Effective programs for treating autism spectrum disorder : applied behavior analysis models

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Routledge, New York, p.276 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb RC553 .A88 W545 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8715429

Keywords:

Autism spectrum disorders--Treatment, Behavior Therapy--methods--United States, Behavioral assessment, Child Development Disorders, Child--United States, Educational--United States, Models, Pervasive--therapy--United States, Program Evaluation--United States

Abstract:

Contents: Characteristics of autism spectrum disorder -- Searching for the cause of autism spectrum disorder -- Examining the evidence for treatment of autism spectrum disorder -- Principles of applied behavior analysis -- Basic procedures based upon principles of learning -- The Lovaas Institute : intensive early intervention -- The Koegel Center : pivotal response training -- Strategic teaching and reinforcement systems (STARS) : verbal behavior -- Project DATA : school-based inclusion model -- May Institute : system of care -- New England Center for Children : teaching independence -- Princeton Child Development Institute : across the lifespan -- Judge Rotenberg Center : zero exclusion -- Observations and reflections.

Publication Language:

eng