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Analysis Of The Effects Of Choice Making On Toy Play
Fleming, Courtney V.

2008, Master of Arts, Ohio State University, ED Physical Activities and Educational Services.
Significant gains in adaptive behavior have been attributed to incorporating choice opportunities into daily activities for individuals with developmental disabilities. The opportunity to choose from amongst available options has frequently been shown to increase task engagement in social contexts. However, literature on the effects of choice on activity engagement during social interactions is minimal, and has often been conducted in situations outside of typical classroom routines. Therefore, the purpose of the current investigation is to a) extend literature on choice by integrating choice making opportunities into the existing play routines of children with moderate disabilities and b) provide empirical evidence of a treatment package targeted to increase functional play that could feasibly be implemented by educators.
Sheila Morgan, PhD (Advisor)
Joe Wheaton, PhD (Committee Chair)
65 p.

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