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Comparing the Teaching Interaction Procedure to Social Stories: A Replication Study | Learning | 0.5 Hours

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Comparing the Teaching Interaction Procedure to Social Stories: A Replication Study

Recorded in 2023

Abstract:

This study compared social stories to the teaching interaction procedure to teach social skills to three children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder within a group instructional format. Each participant was taught one skill with the teaching interaction procedure, one skill with social stories, and one skill not taught. In this presentation, Dr. Leaf will go over the procedures utilized in the study and the results of the study. Clinical implications for those working with individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder will be discussed.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of the presentation the audience member will be able to identify the components of the teaching interaction procedure.
At the conclusion of the presentation the audience member will be able to identify if the teaching interaction procedure or social stories was more effective for the learners.
At the conclusion of the presentation the audience member will be able to identify three ways that this study can help them within their behavior analytic practice.

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