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Outcome for children with autism receiving early and intensive behavioral intervention in mainstream preschool and kindergarten settings

A comparison between the adaptive behaviors outcomes of children with autism after one year of early and intensive behavioral intervention (EIBI) compared to a group of children with autism receiving treatment as usual, based on data from 59 young children with autism between 2- and 6-years-old in mainstream preschool and kindergarten settings in Sweden
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