Programmatic Research on Peers as Intervention Agents for Socially Isolate Classmates
Over the last 8 years, my colleagues and I have been examining the influence of peer-mediated treatments on the social interactions of young children with significant social, communicative, and cognitive deficits. More specifically, we have devoted most of our efforts toward an examination of social initiations, or interaction bids, and the responses to these interaction bids among various clinical groups.
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