Studies on Autism and AAC
Mineo, B. A., Ziegler, W., Gill, S., & Salkin, D. (2009). Engagement with electronic screen media among students with autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 39, 172-187.
Schlosser, R.W., Laubscher, E., Sorce, J., Koul, R., Flynn, S., Hotz, L., Abramson, J.A., Fadie, H., & Shane, H.C. (2013). Implementing directives that involve prepositions with children with autism: A comparison of spoken cues with two types of augmented input modalities. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 29, 132-45.
Remner, R., Baker, M., Karter, C., Kearns, K., & Shane, H. C. (2016). Use of augmented input to improve understanding of spoken directives by children with moderate to severe autism spectrum disorder. eHEARSAY, Journal of the Ohio Speech Language Hearing Association, 6(3), 4-10.
Shane, H.C. & Albert, P.D. (2008). Electronic screen media for persons with autism spectrum disorders: Results of a survey. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 42, 1228-1235.
Schlosser, R.W., Shane, H.C., Sorce, J., Koul, R., Bloomfield, E., Debrowski, L.,…Neff, A. (2012). Animation of graphic symbols representing verbs and prepositions: Effects on transparency, name agreement, and identification. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 55, 342-358.
Schlosser, R.W., & Wendt, O. (2008). Effects of augmentative and alternative communication intervention on speech production on children with autism: A systematic review. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 17, 212-230.
Bellini, S., & Akullian, J. (2007). A meta-analysis of video modeling and video self-modeling interventions for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders. Exceptional Children, 73, 264-287.
Studies on Visual Processing in ASD
Althaus, M., De Sonneville, L. M., Minderaa, R. B., Hensen, L. G., & Til, R. B. (1996). Information processing and aspects of visual attention in children with the DSM-III-R diagnosis “Pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified”(PDD-NOS): I. Focused and divided attention. Child Neuropsychology, 2, 17-29.
Shah, A., & Frith, U. (1983). An islet of ability in autistic children: A research note. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 24, 613-620.
Thaut, M. H. (1987). Visual versus auditory (musical) stimulus preferences in autistic children: A pilot study. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 17, 425-432.
Studies on Visual Scene Displays
Drager, K. D., Light, J., Currall, J., Muttiah, N., Smith, V., Kreis, D., … & Wiscount, J. (2017). AAC technologies with visual scene displays and “just in time” programming and symbolic communication turns expressed by students with severe disability. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 1-16.
Ganz, J. B., Hong, E. R., Gilliland, W., Morin, K., & Svenkerud, N. (2015). Comparison between visual scene displays and exchange-based communication in augmentative and alternative communication for children with ASD. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 11, 27-41.