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Peterson, S., Bondy, A., Vincent, Y. & Finnegan, C. (1995). Effects of alternating communicative input for students with autism and no speech: Two case studies.

Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 11, 93‐100.
Abstract: Individuals with autism and severe mental retardation typically display deficits in both communicative input and communicative output skills. Comprehension of spoken input may be particularly challenging for individuals with autism, for a number of reasons. This paper presents two case studies examining the impact of varying the form of communicative input on behavior management targets as well as performance on an object identification task. Lee Mas...

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