- Cognitive and adaptive behavior outcomes of behavioral intervention for young children with intellectual disabilitySigmund Eldevik
Bangor University, UK
Behav Modif 34:16-34. 2010..These results suggest that children with intellectual disability may profit from behavioral intervention typically provided for children with autism...
- Using participant data to extend the evidence base for intensive behavioral intervention for children with autismSigmund Eldevik
Akershus University College, Lillestrom, Norway
Am J Intellect Dev Disabil 115:381-405. 2010..Within the behavioral intervention sample, IQ and adaptive behavior at intake predicted gains in adaptive behavior. Intensity of intervention predicted gains in both IQ and adaptive behavior...
- Effects of computer simulation training on in vivo discrete trial teachingSigmund Eldevik
Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, St Olavs Plass, Postbox 4, 0130, Oslo, Norway
J Autism Dev Disord 43:569-78. 2013....
- Meta-analysis of Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention for children with autismSigmund Eldevik
School of Psychology, Bangor University
J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol 38:439-50. 2009..Our results support the clinical implication that at present, and in the absence of other interventions with established efficacy, Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention should be an intervention of choice for children with autism...
- Outcomes of behavioral intervention for children with autism in mainstream pre-school settingsSigmund Eldevik
Akershus University College, Lillestrøm, Norway
J Autism Dev Disord 42:210-20. 2012..4% achieving change at a reliable level for IQ; but a lower percentage than found in recent meta-analysis research. Strengths and weaknesses of the mainstream pre-school delivery model are discussed...
- Frequency and latency of social interaction in an inclusive kindergarten setting: a comparison between typical children and children with autismErik Jahr
Akershus University Hospital, Norway
Autism 11:349-63. 2007..The results for the typical children may be used as benchmark values for the assessment of treatment outcome for children with autism...
- Outcome for children with autism who began intensive behavioral treatment between ages 4 and 7: a comparison controlled studySvein Eikeseth
Akershus University College, Norway
Behav Modif 31:264-78. 2007..The behavioral treatment group also displayed fewer aberrant behaviors and social problems at follow-up. Results suggest that behavioral treatment was effective for children with autism in the study...