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Generalized Effects of Video Modeling on Establishing Instructional Stimulus Control in Children with Autism

Authored by Nikopoulos, CK, Canavan C., and Nikopoulou-Smyrni P. in Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, Volume 11, Issue 4, p. 198-207, (2009).

Article summary (posted Mar 2, 2010)


Video modeling may be a useful tool for stopping problem behaviors as well as teaching skills to children with autism.

This study looked to see if video modeling could help children with autism learn to stop what they are doing and clean up a toy. The three children in the study had good classroom behavior even before the study began. Two of the three children were able to generalize from the toy seen in the video to other toys. The third child had the most problem behaviors going into the study and he also had the most trouble learning from the videos. The authors note that videos are good because they can be made for each child to meet the needs of each child.

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