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The Effectiveness Of Emotional Interactions And Pre-Communication Skills In Social Skills Of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder
Fatemeh Ziaei *
General Psychology, Azad University Science and Research Branch, Tehran, Iran.
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Background: The present research aimed at studying the effectiveness of emotional interactions and pre-communication skills in social skills of children with autism spectrum disorder (Case study: Parents of children with autism spectrum disorders in Tehran).
Methods: This research is an applied study in terms of purpose and a descriptive-survey study in terms of research method. The statistical population of the study are 140 parents of children with autism spectrum disorders in Tehran, of which 103 people were selected through Morgan Table as the research sample using simple random sampling method.
Methods: The tools utilized for the current research included the Emotional Interaction Questionnaire developed by Schutte et al. (1998), Quinn Dam’s Communication Skills Scale (2004) and Evaluation of Social Skills developed by Matson et al. (1983). A simple linear regression test was also applied for data analysis using SPSS software.
Results: Findings indicated that emotional interactions affect the social skills of children with autism spectrum disorder... (p <0.05). Pre-communication skills affect the social skills of children with autism spectrum disorder (p <0.05).
Conclusion: According to the research findings, it was concluded that emotional interactions affect the social skills of children with autism spectrum disorder. Moreover, it was found that pre-communication skills influence the social skills of children with autism spectrum disorder.
Keywords: Emotional Interactions, Social Skills, Pre-Communication Skills.
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