Applied Behavior Analysis Interventions in Autism


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Applied Behavior Analysis Interventions in Autism
Applied behavioral analysis(ABA)1 is currently one of the commonly used interventions in the management of autistic disorder. The purpose of this paper is to determine the role of applied behavioral analysis in behavior modification in the management of autism and its effects on the family. A literature review of studies about the use of applied behavioral analysis was conducted in order to identify its benefits to autistic children and their families. The literature review demonstrated the effectiveness of ABA the management of autism with no need for any family adjustment to the intervention program.
Autism is part of a spectrum of disorders with developmental...
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