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McCleery, J.P. Frost, L. & Bondy, A. (2019). The Picture Exchange Communication System.
In J. Gerenser and M. Koenig (Eds.)The SLP Guide to ABA: Principles to Support Inter-Professional Collaboration on Autism Support Teams Citeste mai mult...

The SLP Guide to ABA: Principles to Support Inter-Professional Collaboration on Autism Support Teams. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company.

Bondy, A. & Frost, L. (2009). Generalization Issues Pertaining to the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS).
In C. Whalen (Ed.) Real Life, Real Progress for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Strategies for Successful Generalization in Natural EnvironmentsPaul Brookes Publishing Company Citeste mai mult...

Baltimore, MD: Paul Brookes Publishing Company.

Overcash, A., Horton, C. & Bondy, A. (2010). The Picture Exchange Communication System: Helping individuals gain functional communication.
Autism Advocate Citeste mai mult...

Autism Advocate, 3, 21-24. Implementing PECS in the home, community and generalizing PECS across settings and people.

Sulzer-Azaroff, B., Hoffman, A., Horton, C., Bondy, A., & Frost, L. (2009). The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS): What Do the Data Say?
Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities Citeste mai mult...

Originally designed to enable young children with autism lacking functional communication to initiate requests and to describe what they observed, the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) has been the subject of an ever-expanding body of research and development. Thirty-four peer-reviewed published reports on PECS are analyzed in this article with documentation of research questions, methodology, and results. Findings suggest that PECS is providing people around the globe who have no or impaired speech with a functional means of communication. Refinements in methodology and additional questions that might be addressed in future research are discussed.

Suchowierska, M., Rupinska, M. & Bondy, A. (2013). Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS): A short “tutorial” for doctors.
Postępy Nauk Medycznych Citeste mai mult...

Summary: One area of persistent difficulties for children with autism is communication, with about 25% of individuals with autism not developing spoken language at all. In light of this information, it is of paramount importance to have means of teaching those individuals how to pass to others information about their needs and wants in a socially appropriate and easily understood manner. Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) is an empirically-validated alternative and augmentative communication method. In the present article we will provide a brief tutorial on PECS that may be of help to health care professionals who in their work come across children with autism. In conclusion, PECS is a method that has been created specifically for individuals who have language development difficulties. It is based on applied behavior analysis and thus is supported by strong theoretical foundation – mainly Skinner's analysis of verbal behaviour – and empirical research. The system itself has been evaluated in a number of separate studies as well as few meta-analyses. The overall conclusion is that PECS is an effective, evidence-based method that teaches children how to communicate effectively and efficiently. It also reduces rates of problem behavior and for some children is associated with speech development. For interested individuals, more information on PECS can be found at: www.pecs.com.

Bondy, A. & Frost, L. (2009). The Picture Exchange Communication System: Clinical and Research Applications.
In P. Mirenda & T. Iacono (Eds.) Autism Spectrum Disorders and AAC. Paul Brookes Publishing Company Citeste mai mult...

Baltimore, MD: Paul Brookes Publishing Company. Pp. 279-302.

Peterson, S., Glassberg, M., Neef, N. & Bondy, A. (2002, May). PECS acquisition: Patterns of skill development across four young children.
Annual Association for Behavior Analysis Convention Citeste mai mult...

Paper presented at the Annual Association for Behavior Analysis Convention, Toronto, CA.

Peterson, S., Bondy, A., Glassberg, M. & Neef, N. (2002, May). The relationship of matchto-sample to visual discrimination skills utilized within PECS.
Annual Association for Behavior Analysis Convention Citeste mai mult...

Paper presented at the Annual Association for Behavior Analysis Convention, Toronto, CA.

Webb, T., Baker, S. & Bondy, A. (2005). Picture Exchange Communication System. In L. Wankoff (Ed.)
Innovative Methods in Language Intervention Citeste mai mult...

Book chapter, based on work by Teresa Webb and Sue Baker in a class in the UK.

Peterson, S., Bondy, A., Vincent, Y. & Finnegan, C. (1995). Effects of alternating communicative input for students with autism and no speech: Two case studies.
AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication Citeste mai mult...

Individuals with autism and severe mental retardation typically display deficits in both communicative input and communicative output skills. Comprehension of spoken input may be particularly challenging for individuals with autism, for a number of reasons. This paper presents two case studies examining the impact of varying the form of communicative input on behavior management targets as well as performance on an object identification task. Both cases involved students with autism and no speech. One student responded with poor task performance and high frequencies of self-injury to spoken communication but not to gestures alone or gestural plus spoken communication. The other student displayed a similar pattern of task performance and showed an increased tendency toward disruptive behavior in response to spoken or spoken plus gestural communication only in high-stress situations. Program modifications (changes in the communication approaches of these students' communicative partners) are described. It is suggested that the impact of spoken communicative input on task performance and behavior management targets of individuals with autism be probed in cases where more straightforward programming issues have been addressed with only limited success.

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