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11-03-2019 | Brief Report | Uitgave 7/2020

Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 7/2020

Brief Report: Analysis of the Relationship Between Turn Taking and Joint Attention for Toddlers with Autism

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Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders > Uitgave 7/2020
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Kwangwon Lee, Hannah H. Schertz
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Abstract

The relationship between turn taking (i.e., back-and-forth preverbal communicative exchanges) and joint attention has not been studied in interactions between children with autism and caregivers. In joint attention, a form of preverbal social communication, young children socially share attention with a partner about objects, a competency that is difficult for toddlers with autism. Video data of interactions between caregivers and 61 toddlers with autism who received joint attention-focused intervention were analyzed to determine associations between turn taking and joint attention. Results indicate a positive relationship between the two forms of social communication. Further study is needed to determine the extent to which turn taking may play a foundational role in supporting joint attention development for toddlers with autism.

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