Mark Wolery focuses on Developmental psychology, Autism, Special education, Research design and Observational learning. He incorporates Developmental psychology and Evidence-based practice in his studies. His studies in Autism integrate themes in fields like Inclusion, Reinforcement and Canto.
His Special education research includes themes of Praise, Incidental learning and Education theory. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Natural language processing, Single-subject research, Early childhood education and Time series. His Single-subject research study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Video self-modeling, Occupational therapy and Statistic.
His primary areas of investigation include Developmental psychology, Teaching method, Mathematics education, Autism and Special education. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Developmental psychology and Observational learning in his work. In his work, Mainstreaming and Program evaluation is strongly intertwined with Preschool education, which is a subfield of Teaching method.
His work in Mathematics education addresses issues such as Word recognition, which are connected to fields such as Word. The study incorporates disciplines such as Imitation, Reinforcement and Public health in addition to Autism. He focuses mostly in the field of Special education, narrowing it down to topics relating to Early childhood education and, in certain cases, Medical education and Research design.
Mark Wolery mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Teaching method, Applied psychology, Fidelity and Intervention. His Developmental psychology research focuses on Autism in particular. His Teaching method research integrates issues from Inclusion and Early childhood education.
The concepts of his Applied psychology study are interwoven with issues in Reliability, Data collection and Journal writing. The various areas that Mark Wolery examines in his Intervention study include Praise, Modelling and Video modeling. Special education is a primary field of his research addressed under Mathematics education.
His primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Applied psychology, Fidelity, Single-subject design and Special education. His work on Autism as part of general Developmental psychology study is frequently linked to Instructional efficiency, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Applied psychology study incorporates themes from Intervention studies, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Journal writing.
His research integrates issues of Social psychology, Data mining, Data collection, Terminology and Reliability in his study of Single-subject design. Mark Wolery interconnects Generalization and Skill development in the investigation of issues within Special education. Mark Wolery combines subjects such as Pedagogy, Early childhood education and Curriculum with his study of Mathematics education.
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The Use of Single-Subject Research to Identify Evidence-Based Practice in Special Education:
Robert H. Horner;Edward G. Carr;James Halle;Gail McGee.
Exceptional Children (2005)
Effective Teaching: Principles and Procedures of Applied Behavior Analysis with Exceptional Students
Mark Wolery;Donald B. Bailey;George M. Sugai.
Comprehensive synthesis of early intensive behavioral interventions for young children with autism based on the UCLA young autism project model.
Brian Reichow;Mark Wolery.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (2009)
A Unified Theory of Practice in Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education Evidence-Based Practices
Samuel L. Odom;Mark Wolery.
Journal of Special Education (2003)
Comparison of Overlap Methods for Quantitatively Synthesizing Single-Subject Data
Mark Wolery;Matthew Busick;Brian Reichow;Erin E. Barton.
Journal of Special Education (2010)
Using Point-of-View Video Modeling to Teach Play to Preschoolers With Autism
Jeffrey F. Hine;Mark Wolery.
Topics in Early Childhood Special Education (2006)
Effective and Efficient Procedures for the Transfer of Stimulus Control.
Mark Wolery;David L. Gast.
Topics in Early Childhood Special Education (1984)
System of Least Prompts: A Literature Review of Procedural Parameters
Patricia M. Doyle;Mark Wolery;Melinda Jones Ault;David L. Gast.
The Journal of The Association for Persons With Severe Handicaps (1988)
Teaching Infants and Preschoolers with Disabilities, (2nd ed.)
M Wolery;Donald Bailey.
Measures in Intervention Research with Young Children Who Have Autism
Mark Wolery;Ann N. Garfinkle.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (2002)
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