Using video modeling to increase appropriate peer interactions in a child with autism
Laurie Barragan, Caldwell College, United States
Caldwell College . Awarded
Due to language deficits and impaired social functioning, individuals with autism can demonstrate inappropriate behavior during social interactions (Ozonoff, Rogers, & Hendren, 2003). In particular, children with autism can exhibit challenging behavior during play scenarios (Reeve, Reeve, Townsend, & Poulson, 2007). Therefore, teachers need to implement specific techniques, such as video modeling, to address this behavior (LeBlanc et al., 2003). Using a triangular approach to data collection (Glanz, 2003), this study utilized event recording, anecdotal reports, and interviews to measure the effectiveness of the treatment. This 6-week study investigated whether video modeling can increase positive verbal and nonverbal sharing behavior in a child with autism.
Barragan, L. Using video modeling to increase appropriate peer interactions in a child with autism. Master's thesis, Caldwell College. Retrieved February 19, 2019 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/128681/.
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