Commentaries on McEachin, Smith and Lovaas: Quasi-random assignment can be as convincing as random assignment. Sapid effects awaiting independent replication. Replication and extension of behavioral treatment of autistic disorder. Treatment outcome is encouraging. Normal versus high-functioning status in children with autism.

D. M. Baer, Richard Foxx, A. E. Kazdin, G. B. Mesibov, P. Mundy

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