In Children with Autism, does joint attention (JA) intervention improve social communication skills?
Critically Appraised Papers
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Jones, E., Carr, E., Feeley, K. (2006) Multiple Effects of Joint Attention Intervention for children with Autism. Behaviour Modification, 30, 782-833.
Kasari, C., Gulsrud, A, Wong, Kwon, S & Locke, J (2010) Randomised Controlled Caregiver Mediated Joint Engagement Intervention for Toddlers with Autism. J Autism Dev Disorders 40:1045-1056.
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Vismara L.A & Lyons G. (2007) Using Perseverative Interests to Elicit Joint Attention Behaviours in Young Children with Autism. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions. Volume 9, no. 4.
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