Association for Behavior Analysis International

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Second International Conference; Brazil, 2004

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Paper Session #127
Conducts of Autism Treatment (Condutas no Tratamento do Autismo)
Saturday, August 14, 2004
10:45 AM–12:00 PM
Paco dos Nobres 1A
Area: AUT
Chair: Richard W. Malott (Western Michigan University)

The Western Michigan University/Croyden Avenue Autism Program (Western Michigan University/Escola Croyden Avenue: O Programa Sobre Autismo)

Domain: Applied Behavior Analysis
RICHARD W. MALOTT (Western Michigan University), Carmen May Jonaitis (Croyden Avenue School/KRESA), Koji Takeshima (Western Michigan University), Mitch Fryling (Western Michigan University), Tracy Brandenburg (Western Michigan University), Jennifer L. Ramer (Western Michigan University), Tami L. McDowell (Western Michigan University)



A Procedure to Teach Color Discrimination to a Child with Autism (Um Procedimento para Ensinar Discriminação de Cores a uma Criança com Autismo)

Domain: Applied Behavior Analysis
GLADYS WILLIAMS (Applied Behavioral Consultant Services), Luis Antonio Perez-Gonzalez (Universidad de Oviedo, Spain), Anna Beatriz Queiroz (Applied Behavioral Consulting Services)



The Effects of Most-to-Least Prompting Procedure on Teaching Swimming Skills for Children with Autism (Os Efeitos de um Procedimento de um Máximo a um Mínimo de Deixas no Ensino de Natação a Crianças com Autismo)

Domain: Applied Behavior Analysis
ILKER YILMAZ (Anadolu University), Bunyamin Birkan (Anadolu University), Ferman Konukman (Abant Izzet Baysal University)





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