Effectiveness of gluten-free and casein-free diets for individuals with autism spectrum disorders: An evidence-based research synthesis. Jie Zhang, Michael R. Mayton, and John J. Wheeler, Education and Human Development, The College of Brockport, State University of New York, 350 New Campus Drive, Brockport, NY 14420.
Portable and accessible video modeling:Teaching a series of novel skills within school and community settings. Teresa Taber-Doughty, Bridget Miller, Jordan Shurr, and Benjamin Wiles, Purdue University, Dept. of Educational Studies, 100 N. University Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2098.
Utilizing teaching interactions to facilitate social skills in the natural environment. Alyne Kuymjian, Mitchell Taubman, Eric Rudrud, Justin B. Leaf, Andrew Edwards, John McEachin, Ron Leaf, and Kim Schulze, 200 Marina Drive, Seal Beach, CA 90740.
Comparison of the effects of video modeling with narration vs. video modeling on the functional skill acquisition of adolescents with autism. Molly Smith, Kevin Ayres, Linda Mechling, and Katie Smith, Department of Special Education, The University of Georgia, 516 Aderhold Hall, Athens, GA 30602.
Effects of computer-based instruction on teaching emergency telephone numbers to students with intellectual disability. Serife Yucesoy Ozkan, Nuray Oncul, and Ozlem Kaya, Anadolu Universitesi, Egitim Fakultesi, Ozel Egitim Bolumu 26470, Eskisehir, TURKEY.
Use of an iPhone 4 with video features to assist location of students with moderate intellectual disability when lost in community settings. Kaitlin Purrazzella and Linda C. Mechling, University of North Carolina Wilmington, Department of Early Childhood & Special Education, 601 South College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403-5940.
Teaching adults with moderate intellectual disability ATM use via the iPod. Renee Scott, Belva Collins, Victoria Knight, and Harold Kleinert, Department of Special Education, 229 Taylor Education Building, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506-0001.
Effects of Wh-question graphic organizers on reading comprehension skills of students with autism spectrum disorders. Keri S. Bethune and Charles L. Wood, Department of Special Education and Child Development, University of North Carolina Charlotte, 9201 University City Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28223.
Evaluation of manual spelling, observational, and incidental learning using computer-based instruction with a tablet PC, large screen projection, and a forward chaining procedure. Kimberly Purrazzella and Linda C. Mechling, University of North Carolina Wilmington, Department of Early Childhood & Special Education, 601 South College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403-5940.
Evaluation of multiple-stimulus preference assessment with adults with developmental disabilities. Gareth Davies, Carly Chand,C.T. Yu, Toby L. Martin, and Garry L. Martin, University of Manitoba, St. Amant Research Centre, 440 River Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2M 3Z9 CANADA.
Effects of the CD-Rom version of the self-advocacy strategy on quality contributions in IEP meetings of high school students with intellectual disability. Jennifer Cease-Cook, David W. Test, and La’Shawndra Scroggins, National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center, UNC Charlotte, Department of Special Education and Child Development, 9201 University City Blvd., Charlotte, NC 28223.