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Multiple peer use of pivotal response training to increase social behaviors of classmates with autism: results from trained and untrained peers.

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Authors
Karen L. Pierce, Laura Schreibman
Title
Multiple peer use of pivotal response training to increase social behaviors of classmates with autism: results from trained and untrained peers.
Journal
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis
Year
1997
Volume
30
Issue
1
Page(s)
pp. 157-160
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Publication Format
Journal Article
Efficacy Study/Review
Yes
Scientific Validity
Peer-Reviewed, Multiple Baseline
Comments
This appears to contain the same data as Pierce K.L., Schreibman L. (1997). "Using peer trainers to promote social behavior in autism: are they effective at enhancing multiple social modalities?":http://www.researchautism.net/publicationItem.ikml?ra=1186. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities. 12(4), pp. 207-218.
Keywords
Applied Behaviour Analysis, Autism, Behavioural Intervention, Child/Children, Intervention, Naturalistic, Peer-Led / Involved, Pivotal Response Training, Primary / Elementary School Age

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