Behavioral Choice Making in Autism

August 23, 2011, 7:30 am to 8:30 am


Children on the autism spectrum often have motivational differences in comparison to children who are not on the spectrum. Several common behaviors that are observed in children on the autism spectrum will be explored. Motivational factors that result in the behavior occurring, as well as various interventions, will be presented.


Steven Lindauer, PhD


3901 Greenspring Avenue Baltimore, Maryland 21211 in the Creamer Building 3rd floor large conference room


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