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Date of Graduation
Master of Education (MEd)
Department of Educational Foundations and Exceptionalities
Video modeling is an evidence-based practice for teaching behaviors and chains of behaviors to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The purpose of this study was to determine whether the viewing perspective of these models played a role in influencing a learner’s acquisition of the target behavior or behaviors. An adapted alternating treatments design was used to examine the effects of these different perspectives affected the learning of two similar behavioral chains in a learner with ASD. Video models from both viewing perspectives were provided to the learner with no additional prompting other than brief verbal acknowledgement of a step’s completion.
Harper, Robert III, "Effects of first- and third-person point of view on the acquisition of behaviors using video modeling" (2021). Masters Theses, 2020-current. 82.