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Teaching Reciprocal Imitation Skills to Young Children with Autism Using a Naturalistic Behavioral Approach : Effects on Language , Pretend Play , and Joint Attention Teaching Reciprocal Imitation Skills to Young Children with Autism Using a Naturalistic

Ingersoll B, Ingersoll B, Schreibman L ...see all

Journal of autism and developmental disorders, vol. 36, issue January (2016) pp. 487-505

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  • and joint
  • autism
  • autism is a development
  • behavioral
  • by pervasive deficits in
  • disorder characterized
  • imitation
  • including language
  • intervention
  • iors
  • pretend play
  • social communication
  • social-communicative behav-

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Authors

  • Brooke Ingersoll

  • Brooke Ingersoll

  • Laura Schreibman

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