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In the book, Ethics for Behavior Analysts (2nd ed.) by Jon Bailey and Mary Burch, Scientific Inquiry (9.02) states, “The behavior analyst should promote the analysis of behavior per se as a legitimate field of scientific inquiry” (pg. 176). We will provide information in the form of “Article Snapshots.”
In these article snapshots, our team of professionals summarizes peer-reviewed articles that discuss topics that may be useful for families and other professionals in the field. This is a way for us to share information in a timely manner and allow our readers to quickly peruse the article summaries to gather information that can be helpful.
1. “Video Modeling for Play Skills”
MacDonald, R., & Sacramone, S. (2009) “Using video modeling to teach reciprocal pretend play to children with autism.” Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 1 (42), 43-55.
This article discusses a study in which researchers videotaped themselves and then used the video to teach reciprocal play skills to young children with autism. Summary of article: summary video modeling.
Summary submitted by Liz Wielebinski, M.Ed., Positive ABA
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