Abstract

Study suggests peer solicitation is of benefit to children with autism

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A recent study by researchers at Vanderbilt University (TN, USA) suggests that peer solicitation can improve reciprocal social interaction among children with autism. The team studied playground interactions between children with autism and typically developing peers and reported that the two groups play similarly when engaged in independent play with children they just met.


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