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ASD Competency exam

Some info and references on ASD comps

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Bleuler 1911 first looked at idea of subjects with narrowed view to external world and focus on self
Kanner 1943 first to write/diagnosis "autism" (auto from Latin meaning self)
Asperger 1944 etiology of autism
DSM IV 1994 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders) 5 subtypes of ASD: PDD (pervasive development disorder) and PDD-NOS (not otherwise specified, CDD (childhood disintigrative disorder), Rhett's, autism, Asperger's
CDC ADDMN 2009 (Center for Disease Control Autism and Dev Disability Monitoring Network) report prevalence of ASD is 1 in 110 in US as of 2006 study
Earles-Vollrath, Cook, Robbins, Ben-Arieh 2008 environment including: labels, boundaries,visual schedule, beh communication, completion signals, choice boards, waiting supports
Leslie 1994 Baron-Cohen 1995 theory of mind: self and not understand other's perspectives, empathize (psychological)
PL94-142 1975 reauthorized 2004 education of all children IDEA; 2004 introduce RtI
NCLB 2001 federal law that requires access to curriculum for all, ie same level of education
NCSE 2009 (National Council of Special Education) international report of EBP evidensed-based practice
Gray 1994 Pierson & Glaeser 2007 social stories
Koegel 1999 Kaczmarek 2002 pivitol response training PRT: ABA with multiple stimuli and reinforce approximations, choice self-initiation
Green 2001 Discrete Trial Instruction DTI: ABA multiple stimuli (table therapy)
Lovaas 1987 play therapy
Goldstein & Cisar 1992 Joint Action Response sociodramatic play or scripts
Cavallaro 1983 Incidental Teaching: ABA use opportunities that naturally occur, routines to generalize (yet can be clinically derived)
Wehman 2006 transition
Lindsley 1992 precision teaching: self-charting decision for progression
O'Brien & O'Brien 2006, Turnbull & Turnbull 1999, Sanderson & Duffy 2008 person-centered planning, future's planning
Lord et al. 2002 Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule ADOS team must administer, difficult to administer and evaluate
Rutter et al 2002 Autism Diagnostic Interview revised ADI-R
Overton, Fielding, Garcia de Alba 2007 more than one area needed since nature of spectrum makes diagnosis difficult and mask other issues
DeVellis 2003 Carmines & Zeller 1979 reliability (does test consistently) and validity (test what intended)
Klotz & Canter 2006 RtI Response to Intervention
Pierangello & Giuliani 2006 least restrictive environment LRE
Huefner 2000 social/behavior/academic assessments
Friend & Bursuck 2006 gather strengths and needs
Tomlinson 2000 differentiated instruction
Alberto & Troutman 2009 behavior
Skinner 1938, Journal Experimental Analysis 1958, Journal Applied Behavior Analysis 1968 behaviorism
behaviorism antecedent and consequence dictates and can be used to control behavior; also function of behavior; stimulus-response-reinforcement/punishment/extenction; learned and socially dictated; observable/measurable
biophysical genes and environmental/health related issues (noise, air, stress, nutrition, accidents)
ecological demographic labels effect behavior, not the individual but the system
social constructivism Vygotsky Zone of Proximal Development
psychoeducational Frued oral->phallic->latency->genital
Chandler & Pankaskie 2004 having fun
Foreman et al. 2004 inclusion help independence, participate in society
Kohler & Field 2003 transition
Rehabilitation Act Ammendments 1998 $ for voc rehab
American with Disabilities Act (ADA) 1990 no discrimination for disabilities (civil rights law for persons with disabilities)
Florida Secondary Redesign Act Florida Code 2010 ePEPs (electronic personal education plans) for all students
Foreman et al. 2004 inclusion= prep for society
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