Association for Behavior Analysis International

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Second International Conference; Brazil, 2004

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Paper Session #100
Autism and Developmental Disabilities (Autismo e Retardo Mental)
Saturday, August 14, 2004
9:05 AM–10:20 AM
Paco dos Nobres 4A
Area: DDA
Chair: R. Douglas Greer (Columbia University Teachers College)

Acquisition of Observational Learning in Students with Autism and Adolescents (Aquisição de Aprendizagem Observacional em Alunos com Autismo e Adolescentes com Déficit de Repertório Acadêmico)

Domain: Applied Behavior Analysis
R. DOUGLAS GREER (Columbia University Teachers College), Grant Gautreaux (Columbia University Teachers College), Katherine Meincke (Columbia University Teachers College), Lynn Yuan (Columbia University Teachers College), JoAnn Pereira Delgado (Columbia University Teachers College), Amy J. Davies Lackey (Columbia University Teachers College)



Adaptive Behavior Versus Intelligence in Definition and Diagnosis of Mental Retardation (Comportamento Adaptativo versus Inteligência na Definição e no Diagnóstico de Retardo Mental)

Domain: Applied Behavior Analysis
SULEYMAN ERIPEK (Anadolu University, Turkey)



Using Repertoires of Verbal Behavior to Describe and Treat Children with Disabilities (Empregando Repertórios de Comportamento Verbal para Descrever e Tratar Crianças com Necessidades Especiais)

Domain: Applied Behavior Analysis
DENISE E. ROSS (Columbia University Teachers College), R. Douglas Greer (Columbia University Teachers College), Dolleen-Day Keohane (Columbia University Teachers College)





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