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Effects of Social Story Intervention on the Spontaneous Social Behaviors of the Child with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Kim, Hae seon 1 Kim, Eun-Kyung 1 JEON SANG SHIN 2

1단국대학교
2광주여자대학교

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of social story intervention on spontaneous social behaviors of children with autism spectrum disorders. The subject was a 5-years-old child with autism spectrum disorder. Using a multiple baseline design across behaviors design, social stories intervention was implemented and direct observation of the target behaviors were collected. The results of this study was as follows. First, the social story intervention was effective to increase the spontaneous social behaviors for the subject with autism spectrum disorders. Second, the effect of intervention was maintained after withdrawal of intervention. Third, the effect of intervention was generalized during intervention and follow-up session. These results suggest that the social story intervention is effective for spontaneous social behaviors of children with autism spectrum disorders.

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