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Ecological features of preschools and the social engagement of children with autism

A study of the peer engagement of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in classroom activity areas, by type of engagement, and by group arrangement, as well as a comparison of the likelihood of their peer engagement during child-initiated or adult-initiated activities, based on data from 68 preschoolers with ASD in 24 classrooms across North Carolina, Colorado, and Florida, at the beginning of the school year
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Reports & Papers
United States
Colorado; Florida; North Carolina

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