Volume 6, Issue 155 (3-2019)                   Exceptional Education 1397, __(155): 61-65 | Back to browse issues page

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Fazaeli S M. TEACHING CHILDREN WITH AUTISM TO TELL SOCIALLY APPROPRIATE LIES. Exceptional Education. 2019; 6 (155) :61-65
URL: http://exceptionaleducation.ir/article-1-1297-en.html
Ferdowsi University of Mashhad , ma_fazaeli@yahoo.com
Abstract:   (464 Views)
This study used a nonconcurrent multiple baseline across participants design to evaluate the use of rules, role-play, and feedback for teaching 3 children with autism spectrum disorder to tell socially appropriate lies when (a) presented with an undesired gift and (b) someones appearance changed in an undesired way. The intervention was effective in teaching use of socially appropriate lies, and generalization to untrained people and gifts or appearances was observed.
 
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Type of Study: Translation | Subject: توان بخشي
Received: 2018/Apr/Wed | Revised: 2019/Oct/Tue | Accepted: 2019/Jul/Mon | Published: 2019/Sep/Mon | ePublished: 2019/Sep/Mon

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