Comparison of video priming techniques for children with autism
Ayres, Kevin Michael
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This study attempts to isolate one component of effective video based instruction for children with autism. More specifically, this study, in the context of an adapted alternating treatments design, evaluates the relative effectiveness of two different types of video models for teaching students with autism to put away groceries. The types of strdvideo differ in their perspective: 1 person perspective versus 3 person perspective. The results do not clearly indicate superiority of one type of video model over another.