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Prevent-Teach-Reinforce pour jeunes enfants. Une intervention individualisée de soutien au comportement

Dunlap, G. & Strain, P.S. (2019). Prevent-Teach-Reinforce pour jeunes enfants. Une intervention individualisée de soutien au comportement. [traduction et adaptation : D. Morin, M. Argumedes, J. Forget, M. Rivard]. Belgique : de boeck (Ouvrage original publié en 2013).

Differential reinforcement of high rates of behavior to increase work productivity in adults with intellectual disability

McDuff, E., Lanovaz, M., Morin, D., Vona, M., & Kheloufi, Y. (2019). Differential reinforcement of high rates of behavior to increase work productivity in adults with intellectual disability. Journal of Applied Behavior analysis. doi:10.1111/jar.12614 

Development and psychometric properties of the Attitudes toward Intellectual Disability questionnaire – Short Form

Morin, D., Valois, P., Crocker, A. G. & Robitaille, C. (2019). Development and psychometric properties of the Attitudes toward Intellectual Disability questionnaire – Short Form. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research.  

Using interactive web training to teach parents to select function-based interventions for challenging behaviour: A preliminary study

Marleau, B., Lanovaz, M.J., Gendron, A., Higbee, T.S., & Morin, D. (2018). Using interactive web training to teach parents to select function-based interventions for challenging behaviour: A preliminary study. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability. doi/full/10.3109/13668250.2018.1464281

Parenting Stress in Immigrant Families of Children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder: A comparaison with Families from the Host Culture

Millau, M., Rivard, M., Mercier, C., Mello, C. (2016). Parenting Stress in Immigrant Families of Children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder: A comparaison with Families from the Host Culture. In C. Roland-Lévy, P. Denoux, B. Voyer, P. Boski & W. K. Gabrenya Jr. (Eds.), Unity, diversity and culture: Research and Scholarship Selected from the 22nd Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Melbourne, Florida USA: International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Accessed via www.iaccp.org