<b>Acquisition of Vocal Imitation and Naming Skills Using Mora in a Young Child with </b><b>Autism Spectrum Disorder</b>

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  • OISHI Tomoko
    Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba
  • SASAKI Ginga
    Center for Diversity, Accessibility and Career Development, University of Tsukuba
  • NORO Fumiyuki
    Faculty of Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba

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  • <b>自閉スペクトラム症幼児におけるモーラに応じた音声模倣および命名の獲得 </b>
  • 自閉スペクトラム症幼児におけるモーラに応じた音声模倣および命名の獲得 : モーラリズムタッピング手続きによる指導効果の検討
  • ジヘイスペクトラムショウ ヨウジ ニ オケル モーラ ニ オウジタ オンセイ モホウ オヨビ メイメイ ノ カクトク : モーラリズムタッピング テツズキ ニ ヨル シドウ コウカ ノ ケントウ
  • <b>—モーラリズムタッピング手続きによる指導効果の検討</b><b>— </b>
  • <b>— Effects of Mora Rhythm Tapping Procedur</b><b>es — </b>

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Abstract

<p>Instruction for vocal imitation of names of things was provided to a young child with autism spectrum disorder, by using mora rhythm tapping. The effects of each component of the intervention procedures on vocal imitation based on mora were investigated. Furthermore, possible transfer of stimulus control to naming skills was also assessed. First, pronunciations were evaluated, and then, voices with mora rhythms, tapping models by the instructor, and child’s guidance in tapping, were successively presented to the child. As a result, accurate vocal imitation and naming skills were more effectively achieved by the instructor and the child tapping a card to mora of the voice model, compared to presentation of the voice model by the instructor. The above results are discussed from the perspective of clarifying discriminative stimuli in vocal expressions and the transfer of stimulus control.</p>

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