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Preliminary efficacy of adapted responsive teaching for infants at risk of autism spectrum disorder in a community sample.

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Authors
Grace T. Baranek, Linda R. Watson, Lauren M. Turner-Brown, Samuel H. Field, Elizabeth R. Crais, Linn Wakeford, L Little, J. Steven Reznick
Title
Preliminary efficacy of adapted responsive teaching for infants at risk of autism spectrum disorder in a community sample.
Journal
Autism Research and Treatment
Year
2015
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Publication Format
Journal Article
Efficacy Study/Review
Yes
Scientific Validity
Peer-Reviewed, Randomised Trial, Controlled Trial, Comparative Study, Single Blind
Keywords
Adapted Responsive Teaching, Adaptive Behaviour, At Risk, Autism, Baby / Infant, Communication Skills, Comprehensive Treatment Models, Developmental Intervention, Intervention, Parent-Child Interaction, Parent Training Programmes, Pre-School / Toddlers, Relationship-Based Interventions, Responsive Teaching, Sensory Sensitivity, Treatment As Usual

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