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Question-response-evaluation sequences in the home interactions of a bilingual child with autism spectrum disorder.

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Summary of "Question-response-evaluation sequences in the home interactions of a bilingual child with autism spectrum disorder."

Prior research has described the prevalence and utility of questions in children's language learning environment. However, there has been little empirical investigation of the interaction sequences that ensue following caregiver questions. Understanding these interactions may be especially important for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), who may have difficulty engaging in reciprocal interactions. Question-response-evaluation sequences (QRE) are a particular type of interaction sequence launched by questions that have been examined primarily in classroom contexts. Less research has been devoted to understanding how caregivers and children with ASD leverage this interactional format in the context of home interactions.

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Name: International journal of language & communication disorders
ISSN: 1460-6984
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