Master of Arts (M.A.)
This research study examined the effectiveness of a cue card intervention on reducing self-stimulatory delayed echolalia in two elementary school students with low incidence disabilities. A multiple baseline design across participants was employed to assess the intervention effectiveness. Results indicated a decrease in delayed echolalia for both students as compared to baseline conditions. The effect of the delayed echolalia reduction on students' work completion and implications for future research are discussed.
April, Pamela Ardith, "Reducing delayed echolalia in children with low incidence disabilities" (2011). Capstone Projects (Campus-Only Access). 507.