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Resources for making effective treatment decisions References for practical information on Applied Behavior Analysis and Positive Behavior Supports References for research on Applied Behavior Analysis and Positive Behavior Supports Return to Position Statement on Treatment Recommendations American Academy of Pediatrics. (2001). Policy statement: Counseling families who choose complementary and alternative medicine for their child with chronic illness or disability. Pediatrics, 107, 598-601. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. (2004). Auditory integration training. ASHA Supplement, 24, in press. The Autism Biomedical Information Network Autism Special Interest Group of the Association for Behavior Analysis. (2004). Guidelines for consumers of applied behavior analysis services. Autism Society of America. (1993). Priorities of professional conduct. Autism Society of America. (1997). Guidelines for theories and practice. Celiberti, D. A., Buchanan, S. M., Bleeker, F., Kreiss, D., & Rosenfeld, D. (2004). The road less traveled: Charting a clear course for autism treatment.  In COSAC’s Autism: Basic information (5th ed.). (800) 4-AUTISM in NJ. (609) 883-8100 outside NJ.  (Available for download from the COSAC Store) Green, G. (1996). Evaluating claims about treatments for autism. In C. Maurice (Ed.), G. Green, & S. C. Luce (Co-Eds.), Behavioral intervention for young children with autism: A manual for parents and professionals. Austin, TX: PRO-ED. Green, G., & Shane, H. (1994). Science, reason, and facilitated communication. The Journal of the Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps, 19, 151-172. National Research Council. (2001). Educating children with autism. Committee on Educational Interventions for Children with Autism. Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. The New Jersey Center for Outreach and Services for the Autism Community (COSAC).  (2002). 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Research in Developmental Disabilities, 17, 433-456. McClannahan, L. E., MacDuff, G. S., & Krantz, P. (2002). Behavior analysis and intervention for adults with autism. Behavior Modification, 26, 9-26. New York State Department of Health. (1999). Clinical practice guidelines: The guideline technical report – Autism/pervasive developmental disorders, assessment and intervention. Albany, NY: Early Intervention Program, New York State Department of Health. back to top

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