Cambios en el repertorio conductual por medio del entrenamiento en naming en adultos con trastorno del espectro autista
Valencia Granados, Claudia Liliana | 2019
Training based on the Relational Frame Theory (RFT) generates behavioral changes in the population with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This study aims to conduct training in naming in adults with ASD of 18, 22 and 29 years with rudimentary verbal repertoire, through a unique A-B case desing with follow-up through pre-test and post-test. The results in the dependent variables were problem solving, 60% margin and 66% of the solution in the post-test; novel behavior increase 6, 9 and 21 behaviors; rule tracking participants followed the rule with 52%, 64%, 18%. Naming (independent variable) showed a differential score in tests of productive denomination (68%, 33% and 34%) and receptive nomenclature (33%, 34%, 34%). This study shows the impact that TMR training has on improving language and cognition skills.