Save this worksheet to your computer with the filename "Your_Name_Exercise_3."
Complete the table below by doing the following:
Log on to https://ecampus.phoenix.edu. Enter your username and password. Select the Library tab. Click on University Library. Select General Resources.
Search both major databases (ProQuest and EBSCOhost) for peer-reviewed articles about a topic that interests you. Checkmark the "scholarly journals, including peer reviewed" box in each search.
Select one peer-reviewed article about your topic from each database.
Fill in the table with information from each article and provide a summary in your own words of each article. Submit the completed worksheet as an attachment via the Assignment tab.
Author, Title, and Publication Date of Article
Summary of Article
Jones, Christopher D. Schwartz, Ilene S. Siblings, Peers, and Adults: Differential Effects of Models for Children With Autism Topics in Early Childhood Special Education (Winter 2004)
For more than 40 years Children with Autism typically have employed developing children and adults as models of appropriate behavior, and other developmental disabilities. The effectiveness of peers, adults, and siblings have had positive effects.
MacDonald, Megan, Lord Catherine, Ulrich, Dale A. Motor Skills and Calibrated Autism Severity in Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly. April 2014 Vol. 31 Issue 2 p95-105.
Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder have motor skill deficits, and are present, persistent, and pervasive with age. Multiple studies have determined the relationship of motor skills, and social communicative skills.