Video Modelling and Behaviour Analysis: A Guide for Teaching Social Skills to Children with Autism

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Subject Index
Page numbers in bold refer to diagrams, page numbers in italics refer to information contained in tables.
AB designs 51–4, 92, 114–15, 138, 140
ABA designs 52–3, 53, 100, 114
aberrant behaviour displays 47
activity schedules
photographic 40, 156
prolonged 123–36, 125–30, 132–3, 146
video-enhanced 86
aggressive behaviour 64–5, 92
Alice Project 30
Antecedent–Behaviour– Consequence (ABC) approach 44
Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) 12, 15, 17–18, 35–40, 43–58
assessment 36, 44–5
behavioural perspective on autism 44–5
data collection 45, 46, 48
defining behaviour 45–8, 47
and diagnosis 43–4
experiments 50, 51–6, 58
graphic displays 50, 51, 56, 57
history of 35
individualised curriculum of 36
inter-observer agreement 56–8
intervention efficacy 36, 37–40, 41
measuring behaviour 48–9
methods 39–40
modelling 59–82
parental inclusion 37
philosophy 36–7
as treatment of choice 38
Appointments Memorandum (BPS) 12
attentiveness 61, 65–6, 69–70, 89–90, 148
Auditory Integration Training (AIT) 34–5, 40
auditory stimuli, failure to understand 79
Autism Behaviour Checklist 89
Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised 89
baselines 50, 51–4
in complex social sequence training 137–8, 139
in social initiation studies 92–7, 94, 96, 100, 102, 105–6, 106–7, 108, 109, 111–12, 115–16, 115, 117, 124–5, 125–6, 132, 134
Baudelaire, Charles 83
behavioural deficits 44, 45–7, 58
behavioural excesses 44, 45–7, 58
behaviourism 14
between-subject designs 50
Boston Higashi School 30
caregivers, questionnaire for 161–5
challenging behaviour 47, 90, 91
see also disruptive behaviour
change, resistance to 47
Childhood Autism Rating Scale (CARS) 88–9, 91, 105, 114, 124, 137
classwide peer tutoring 40
Cochrane Collaboration 35
cognitive psychologists 14
collaboration, parental 32, 33
commenting 29
computer programs, multimedia 157–8
concentration difficulties 92
conditioning 35
continuum of services 32
conversation skills 84, 85
Creak points 89
curricula 36, 104
Daily Life Therapy (Higashi School) 30–1, 40
data collection 45, 46, 48, 81 decision making, data-based 45
deficits of autism 161–5
defining autism 22
Delaware Autistic Programme 28
destructive behaviour displays 47
diagnosis 43–4
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition (DSM-IV) 22, 23, 89, 91, 105
Dickens, Charles 21
direct community instruction 84
discrimination training 81
disorganisation 149
disruptive behaviour 92, 93, 96, 101, 102, 149, 154–5
see also challenging behaviour
Doyle, Arthur Conan 151
Drake, Francis 59
duration of behaviour 48, 49, 57–8

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