Relationships between parental self-efficacy, parent training instructional practices and models of parent professional interaction

  Research has shown that parents of children with autism have lower levels of selfefficacy (i.e., self-perceptions of their ability to nurture their children’s growth and development) when compared to other parents. This is problematic, as parents of children with autism who feel more confident and effective when implementing intervention strategies and who believe that their involvement has a […]

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