The following are research articles written by NECC staff to be published in upcoming publications.
Ahearn, W.H., Parry-Cruwys, D., Toran, T., & MacDonald, J. (in press). Stimulus salience in autism: A social learning disorder. In F. DiGennaro Reed (Ed.), “Bridging the Gap between Science and Practice in Autism Service Delivery.” New York: Springer.
Caetano, M.S., Guilhardi, P., & Church, R.M. (in press). Stimulus control in multiple temporal discriminations. Learning & Behavior.
MacDonald, J., & Ahearn, W.H. (in press). Teaching observational learning to children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
MacManus, C., MacDonald, R.P.F., & Ahearn, W.H. (in press). Teaching and generalizing pretend play in children with autism using video modeling and matrix training. Behavioral Interventions.
Moore, K.M., Cividini-Motta, C., Clark, K.M., & Ahearn, W.H. (in press). Sensory integration as a treatment for automatically-maintained stereotypy. Behavioral Interventions.
Pauwels, A.A., Ahearn, W.H., & Cohen, S.J. (in press). Recombinative generalization of tacts through matrix training with individuals with autism spectrum disorder. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior.
Potter, J.N., Augustine, M., Clay, C.J., Phelps, M.C., & Hanley, G.P., (in press). Treating stereotypy in adolescents diagnosed with autism by refining the tactic of “using stereotypy as reinforcement.”Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Riordan, M., Weatherly, N., Ahearn, W.H., & Green, G. (in press). Some alternative ways to evaluate the quality of graduate training programs in applied behavior analysis. Behavior Analysis in Practice.
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