Bankier et al. (1999) stated that M. would come back and forth to mental health facility not only

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Bankier et al. (1999) stated that M. would come back and forth to mental health facility not only as a patient but also, as a visitor. He repeats himself in my routine. M was officially detected to have a mild form of autism while in his mid-20s. Psychologist began his observations that took place several months after 1995. He displays took the rest of sadness as well as being hyper, which could have been a trait for bipolar disorder formerly known as manic depression (Bankier et al. 1999). It may also be by his parents did not want him to speech specialist what might have caused him not to get the correct diagnosis. M may have also showed signs of having ADHD or ADD Attention Deficit Disorder or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity…show more content…
Research designs will be a mixed measures design such as a combination of a typical experiment and other forms of non-experimental designs. Procedures will be used in this research will be audio and video recording, audio and video editing, researchers and confederate will observe children and their families, in addition to ask open and closed ended questions to children, parents, teachers, and school administrators. Younger children would benefit from play therapy, whereas older children would benefit from written and spoken journals in addition to additional learning time in respite care. What are the necessary steps, procedures, and funding to help these children, teens, and young adults with ASD to become overachievers in academic, vocational, and professional settings?
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The researcher randomly assigns people into three conditions. Condition A will be elementary school students that will have studied approximately 20 hours per week. Elementary students would consist of kindergarten through fifth grade inside of special educational setting. Condition B would be middle school special education students although one student will be in a resource education, which is a step away from being

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