Tracking Behavioural Interaction Changes in Children with ASD
AbstractThis study's objective is to determine whether or not exposure to a certain setting might improve a child's ability to engage in social contact when they have autism spectrum disorder (ASD). In this study, an approach that may be described as quasi-experimental was used to make a comparison between a group that received special education and a group that attended public school. The study came to the unexpected conclusion that pupils' results improved when they attended public schools. In spite of the fact that the difference is not nearly as significant as those of others, it is nevertheless sufficient to generate a distinct outcome. This result may have been brought about by any one of a number of distinct circumstances or factors.
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