Evaluation of Video Modeling for Teaching Abduction Prevention Skills to Children Diagnosed With Autism and Aspergers Disorder
Degree Granting Department
Child and Family Studies
Raymond G. Miltenberger, Ph.D.
Kimberly Crosland, Ph.D.
Kwan-Sun Cho Blair, Ph.D.
behavioral skills training, in situ training, lure, safety skills, in situ assessment
Abduction prevention skills are crucial for any child to have. Unfortunately there has been a lack of research on teaching children with autism and aspergers these skills. Video modeling has been shown to be an effective method to teach children with autism various skills. Video modeling has also been shown to be cost efficient and easily implemented across various people and settings. The purpose of the present study was to assess the effectiveness of the video modeling technique for teaching children with autism and aspergers abduction prevention skills. The second purpose of the present study was to investigate the effectiveness of BST and IST for teaching children with autism and aspergers abduction prevention skills if video modeling was not effective. The results showed that the utilization of video modeling was effective in teaching all four participants abduction prevention skills.
Scholar Commons Citation
Godish, Danielle, "Evaluation of Video Modeling for Teaching Abduction Prevention Skills to Children Diagnosed With Autism and Aspergers Disorder" (2010). USF Tampa Graduate Theses and Dissertations.