Research and Practice for Persons With Severe Disabilities

Papers
(The TQCC of Research and Practice for Persons With Severe Disabilities is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Outcomes of Inclusive Versus Separate Placements: A Matched Pairs Comparison Study35
Quality of Life for People with Disabilities: Why Applied Behavior Analysts Should Consider This a Primary Dependent Variable18
Ecological Systems for Students Who Use AAC: Stakeholders’ Views on Factors Impacting Intervention and Outcomes16
A Systematic Review of Modified Schema-Based Instruction for Teaching Students with Moderate and Severe Disabilities to Solve Mathematical Word Problems14
Pursuing Paid Employment for Youth with Severe Disabilities: Multiple Perspectives on Pressing Challenges14
Cultural Brokers in Special Education12
The Experiences and Perceptions of College Peer Mentors Interacting with Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities12
Effects of a Collaborative Planning and Consultation Framework to Increase Participation of Students with Severe Disabilities in General Education Classes11
Parents’ Postsecondary Education Expectations for Students with Autism, Intellectual Disability, and Multiple Disabilities: Findings From NLTS 201210
Education of Students with Disabilities, Science, and Randomized Controlled Trials10
Evaluation of the Evidence Base for Shared Reading to Support Literacy Skill Development for Students with Extensive Support Needs10
Comparison of Academic and Social Outcomes of Students with Extensive Support Needs Across Placements9
Effects of a Literacy Feature in an Augmentative and Alternative Communication App on Single-Word Reading of Individuals with Severe Autism Spectrum Disorders9
Parent Advocacy for Lives That Matter8
Delivering Interventions Via Telehealth: Functional Communication Training with a Child with Autism as a Case Example7
Approaches to Identification and Instruction for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities Who Are English Learners6
Predicting the Frequency and Significance of Social Contacts Across Placements: A Bayesian Multilevel Model Analysis6
Examination of Contextual Variables Across and Within Different Types of Placement for Elementary Students With Complex Support Needs6
Ecobehavioral Analysis of the Experiences of Students With Complex Support Needs in Different Classroom Types6
Preservice Teachers’ Preparation in Communication Instruction for Students with Extensive Support Needs6
Contextualizing Mathematical Problem-Solving Instruction for Secondary Students with Extensive Support Needs: A Systematic Replication6
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