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  • Soule, Sylvia Elizabeth (San Francisco State University, 2015)
    This thesis explores the role of play in the language development of children with autism spectrum disorders. Seven elementary-school aged children with autism spectrum disorders were observed in unsupported play sessions ...
  • Tran, Stephanie (San Francisco State University, 2015)
    This study investigates the perceptions of a parent who has a child on the autism spectrum, in regards to her decision to raising her child bilingually. The participant was asked about the factors that played into the ...
  • Shibata, Kiiya Marie (San Francisco State University, 2015)
    Purpose: The purpose of the current study is to explore the way two Japanese-accented English speakers communicate, and what emotions and reactions that communication brings up within each of the speakers. More importantly, ...
  • Shadwick, Stevy (San Francisco State University, 2015)
    Traditional articulation therapy includes an array of approaches, such as auditory, tactile, and visual, to elicit accurate speech productions. But even when the clinician provides more stimulation than usual, such as ...
  • Runyon, Timothy Joseph (San Francisco State University, 2015)
    The potential communicative functions of seemingly random outbursts of laughter from individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has yet to be fully researched. “Tyler,” a 13-year old student with ASD who is included ...