Summary of Systematic Review
|A Meta-Analysis of Video Modeling and Video Self-Modeling Interventions for Children and Adolescents With Autism Spectrum Disorders|
Bellini, S., & Akullian, J. (2007).
Exceptional Children, 73(3), 264-287.
This review meets the criteria for a high-quality evidence-based systematic review.
Indicators of Review Quality:
|The review states a clearly focused question or aim||No|
|Criteria for inclusion of studies are provided||Yes|
|Search strategy is described in sufficient detail for replication||Yes|
|Included studies are assessed for study quality||Yes|
|Quality assessments are reproducible||Yes|
|Characteristics of the included studies are provided||Yes|
This is a meta-analysis of published, peer-reviewed single-subject studies investigating the use of video modeling (VM) and video self-modeling (VSM) for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Question not specifically stated.
Children and adolescents with ASD.
Video modeling or video self-modeling.
Number of Studies Included:
1980 to 2005
Autism Spectrum Disorders & Social Communication Disorders
- Video-Modeling/Video-Based Instruction
- Video modeling and VM meet the criteria adopted by the authors to be considered an evidence-based practice and are effective intervention strategies for targeting social-communication skills (p. 265). These interventions “promote skill acquisition” and “are maintained over time and transferred across persons and settings” (p. 281).
Video Modeling, Autism Spectrum Disorders