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    • Buggey, T., Toombs, K., Gardner, P., Cervetti, M. Using Videotaped Self-Modeling to Train Response Behaviors in Students with Autism. Journal of Positive Behavior Supports.
    • “What's New in Special Education?” Article regarding Paraprofessionals June 1999
    • Referenced in: Buggey, T. (1999). Videotaped self-modeling: Allowing children to be their own models. Teaching Exceptional Children, 31 (4), 27 – 31.
    • Referenced in Green, G. (2001). Behavior analytic instructions for learners with autism: Advances in stimulus control technology. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 16 (2), 72 – 85.
    • A chapter in a pending textbook by Allyn, Bacon & Longman on the topic of inclusive practices with examples from a West TN county school system.

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