The effects of peer-mediated momentary differential reinforcement of alternative behavior on the on-task behavior of elementary students with ASD / by Erin C. McLoughlin.

Peer-mediated interventions historically have been effective to improve social and academic outcomes for children with ASD. The use of peer-mediated differential reinforcement of alternative behaviors can improve on-task behavior for elementary-age participants. The purpose of this study was to exte...

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Main Author: McLoughlin, Erin C. (Author)
Corporate Author: Simmons College (Boston, Mass.)
Format: Thesis Book
Published: Boston, Massachusetts : Simmons College, 2015.


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Call Number: RC553.A88 .M356 2015