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Understanding the continuum of discrete-trial traditional behavioral to social-pragmatic developmental approaches in communication enhancement for young children with autism/PDD.

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Authors
Barry M. Prizant, Amy M Wetherby
Title
Understanding the continuum of discrete-trial traditional behavioral to social-pragmatic developmental approaches in communication enhancement for young children with autism/PDD.
Journal
Seminars in Speech and Language
Year
1998
Volume
19
Issue
4
Page(s)
pp. 329-352
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Publication Format
Journal Article
Efficacy Study/Review
Yes
Scientific Validity
Selective/Systematic Review, Peer-Reviewed
Keywords
Applied Behaviour Analysis, Autism, Behavioural Intervention, Child/Children, Communication Skills, Developmental Intervention, Didactic, DIR Method, Discrete Trial Training, Incidental Teaching, Milieu Training, Naturalistic, Pivotal Response Training, Relationship-Based Interventions, Relationships, Social Communication Intervention, Social-Pragmatic Developmental model, UCLA Young Autism Project

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