Graduation Date

Summer 2022

Document Type

Thesis

Program

Master of Science degree with a major in Kinesiology, option Teaching/Coaching

Committee Chair Name

Dr. David Adams

Committee Chair Affiliation

HSU Faculty or Staff

Second Committee Member Name

Dr. Chris Hopper

Second Committee Member Affiliation

HSU Faculty or Staff

Third Committee Member Name

Dr. Jill Pawlowski

Third Committee Member Affiliation

HSU Faculty or Staff

Subject Categories

Kinesiology

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to analyze the impact of video modeling combined with immediate video feedback on the performance of object control skills used in the game of basketball for students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Two male students aged 12 and 13, who had a previous diagnosis of ASD and attended a middle school in Northern California were recruited for this study. A multiple baseline across behaviors single case design was used to determine the impact of the interventions on the performance of the basketball skills. Results from this study suggest that the combined use of video modeling and video feedback have a positive effect on object control skills for individuals with ASD. Researchers moving forward should extend the interventions focus on a combination of skills and other combinations of video-based instruction and associated disabilities.

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APA

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