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An alternating treatments design compared one condition in which a child with autism was
allowed to engage in stereotypy freely prior to the intervention (abolishing operation
component) to a second condition without the free-access period. Levels of stereotypy and
problem behavior were lower and levels of functional play were higher in the condition with the
abolishing operation component. These data provide preliminary support for the use of
abolishing operations in interventions to increase the play skills of children with autism.
An alternating treatments design compared one condition in which a child with autism was
allowed to engage in stereotypy freely prior to the intervention (abolishing operation
component) to a second condition without the free-access period. Levels of stereotypy and
problem behavior were lower and levels of functional play were higher in the condition with the
abolishing operation component. These data provide preliminary support for the use of
abolishing operations in interventions to increase the play skills of children with autism.

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Published by: Maria on Aug 30, 2013
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