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SADE PERCIVAL

SADE PERCIVAL has written 4 posts for Applied Research in Children's Studies 2015

Autism: Using Play as a Way to Screen, Diagnose and Intervene on a Child’s Development

Introduction: According to research autism is a developmental disability that is triggered and onset when a child is at the age of two developmental disorder that impairs the ability to communicate and interact. This means that no two people with autism will have exactly the same symptoms. A child can be screened for autism as […]

Causes of Autism

Over the years there have been many research on autism and the development of autism. Through various classes and the little that we know on autism, it is been said that it is not genetic. It is not a disability people are born with or can it be identified in the first year of a […]

Development of Autism

What are the developmental factors of Autism? Autism, also known as Autism spectrum disorder, is a condition that affects the way the brain develops and process information. This causes a child with autism to have language delays, trouble communicating with others, have difficulties performing certain behaviors, unusual or repetitive behaviors, and even learning disabilities.  No […]

Children as Researchers

Children as Researchers- the Effects of Participation Rights on Research Methodology, by Pricilla Anderson discuss the roles of children as researchers and how important it is for them. When children conduct they can learn through experiences and project at schools. In studying children as researchers the article many focuses on three sections: stages of  the […]

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