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Autism - Study Skill

Autism Internet Module - Overview of Study Skills

_________ represents behaviors that must be learned or performed. Social skills
________ represents judgement of behaviors by others. Social competence
Social interactions involve ________ and ________ communication. verbal, non-verbal
Examples of ______________ include personal space, humor, and topic flow. non-verbal communication
Social _______ refers to the give-and-take of social interactions. reciprocity
What are four common social skill difficulties for someone with ASD? Non-verbal communication, social initiation, social reciprocity, and social cognition.
Skill acquisition deficit refers to the _______ of a skill or behavior. absence
A _________ refers to a skill or behavior that is present but not demonstrated or performed. performance deficit
The social skills assessment often involves a combination of _______, _______, and _______. observation,interview, and social skill rating forms.
______ observation involves observing and recording the child's behavior in real-life social settings. Naturalistic
_______ observations involve observing social behavior in a structured play group or a structured social group. Structured
Evaluations of _______ are typically conducted through the use of interviews or rating scales. social competence
_______ is the degree to which the intervention was implemented as intended. Treatment fidelity
_______ refers to the social significance of the treatment objectives,the social significance of the intervention strategies, and the social importance of the intervention results. Social validity
Social objectives should (3): define short-term, immediate behaviors; be connected to intervention strategies, and describe specific levels of performance
Social ______ involves modifying the physical or social environment to promote positive social interactions. accomodation
Social _______ refers to instruction that facilitates skill development or fundamental changes in the child that allow them to be more successful in social interactions assimilation
A _______ presents social rules and concepts to children in the form of a brief story. Social Story
_______ involves demonstrating desired behavior through active representation of the behavior. Video modeling
_______ behaviors are behaviors that lead to widespread changes in other behaviors. Pivotal
_______ targets four pivotal areas responsivity to multiple cues, initiation, motivation, and self-management Pivotal Response Training
_______ involves presenting a structured "script" to a child that provides an explicit description of the what child will say or do during a social interaction. Social scripting
_______ is used to provide a person with information and answers before they are presented with an activity and before they enter a social situation. Priming
_______ is the transfer of skills across settings, persons, situations, and times. Generaliztion
From a behavioral perspective, the inability to generalize a skill is the result of too much _______, or the child only performs the skill or behavior in the presence of a specific stimulus. stimulus control
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