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Parents Perceive Improvements in Socio-emotional Functioning in Adolescents with ASD Following Social Skills Treatment

The current study examined the effectiveness of a social skills treatment (PEERS) for improving socio-emotional competencies in a sample of high-functioning adolescents with ASD. Neuropsychological and self- and parent-report measures assessing social, emotional, and behavioral functioning were admi... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of autism and developmental disorders 2016-11-21, Vol.47 (1), p.203-214
Main Author: N. Lordo, Danielle
Other Authors: Bertolin, Madison , L. Sudikoff, Eliana , Keith, Cierra , Braddock, Barbara , Kaufman, David A. S
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Publisher: New York: Springer US
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title: Parents Perceive Improvements in Socio-emotional Functioning in Adolescents with ASD Following Social Skills Treatment
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  • N. Lordo, Danielle
  • Bertolin, Madison
  • L. Sudikoff, Eliana
  • Keith, Cierra
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  • Kaufman, David A. S
subjects:
  • Activities of Daily Living
  • Adaptability
  • Adolescence
  • Adolescent
  • Adolescents
  • Aggression
  • Analysis
  • Anxieties
  • Anxiety
  • Autism
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder - psychology
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder - therapy
  • Behavior modification
  • Behavior Therapy - methods
  • Behavioral Science and Psychology
  • Behavioural problems
  • Care and treatment
  • Child
  • Child and School Psychology
  • Child development
  • Children & youth
  • Clinical trials
  • Cognition & reasoning
  • Cognitive ability
  • Communication
  • Education
  • Emotional behavior
  • Emotional responsiveness
  • Emotional wellbeing
  • Emotional-Behavioural problems
  • Emotions
  • Female
  • High functioning
  • Humans
  • Interpersonal Relations
  • Intervention
  • Isolation
  • Leadership
  • Male
  • Neurosciences
  • Original Paper
  • Parenting
  • Parents - psychology
  • Pediatrics
  • Peer relationships
  • Peers
  • Perception
  • Personal relationships
  • Pervasive developmental disorders
  • Program Evaluation
  • Psychology
  • Public Health
  • Responsiveness
  • Skill development
  • Social anxiety
  • Social aspects
  • Social economics
  • Social functioning
  • Social interactions
  • Social Isolation
  • Social research
  • Social Skills
  • Socioemotional aspects
  • Teenagers
  • Treatment Outcome
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description: The current study examined the effectiveness of a social skills treatment (PEERS) for improving socio-emotional competencies in a sample of high-functioning adolescents with ASD. Neuropsychological and self- and parent-report measures assessing social, emotional, and behavioral functioning were administered before and after treatment. Following social skills treatment, adolescents with ASD exhibited decreased aggression, anxiety, and withdrawal, as well as improvements in emotional responsiveness, adaptability, leadership, and participation in activities of daily living, though no change was found in affect recognition abilities. These findings suggest that PEERS social skills treatment improves particular aspects of emotional, behavioral, and social functioning that may be necessary for developing and maintaining quality peer relationships and remediating social isolation in adolescents with ASD.
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abstractThe current study examined the effectiveness of a social skills treatment (PEERS) for improving socio-emotional competencies in a sample of high-functioning adolescents with ASD. Neuropsychological and self- and parent-report measures assessing social, emotional, and behavioral functioning were administered before and after treatment. Following social skills treatment, adolescents with ASD exhibited decreased aggression, anxiety, and withdrawal, as well as improvements in emotional responsiveness, adaptability, leadership, and participation in activities of daily living, though no change was found in affect recognition abilities. These findings suggest that PEERS social skills treatment improves particular aspects of emotional, behavioral, and social functioning that may be necessary for developing and maintaining quality peer relationships and remediating social isolation in adolescents with ASD.
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