Joshua Plavnick is an Assistant Professor of
Special Education at Michigan State University.
His research examines educational and behavioral
interventions for individuals with autism spectrum
disorders. He is specifically interested in the use
of technology to improve the efficiency and feasibility
of behavior analytic interventions for young
children with autism.
M.Y. Savana Bak is a doctoral student in the
department of Special Education at Michigan State
University. Her research interests include literacy,
language, social communication, and behavioral
interventions for children with autism spectrum
Plavnik, Joshua B. and Bak, M.Y. Savana
"Description of a Computer-Based Reading Program for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder,"
Michigan Reading Journal: Vol. 48:
3, Article 10.
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