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Interventions designed to decrease problem behavior for students with ASD are critical and may be differentially important for students from minority groups as those students tend to be assigned more negative outcomes related to problem behavior (e.g., suspensions). School-based interventions intended to decrease problem behavior for individuals with ASD were reviewed; 46 articles including 84 single case designs and 87 participants were analyzed regarding participant demographics, settings and implementers, intervention components, and study characteristics. We assessed outcomes for 55 demonstration designs with adequate rigor. Most research was conducted with students in segregated settings and, although race and ethnicity were rarely reported, proportions were different from other reviews in that children from some minority groups were overrepresented.
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- Systematic Review of Problem Behavior Interventions: Outcomes, Demographics, and Settings
Katherine E. Severini
Jennifer R. Ledford
Rachel E. Robertson
- Springer US
- Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Print ISSN: 0162-3257
Elektronisch ISSN: 1573-3432