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Title :ある高機能自閉症児の「指さし行動」の特徴
Title alternative :Characteristics of pointing gestures in a high-functioning child with autism
Authors :松島, はるか
神園, 幸郎
Authors alternative :Matsushima, Haruka
Kamizono, Sachiro
Issue Date :31-Mar-2007
Abstract :We examined pointing gestures in a high-functioning boy with autism. We analyzed his pointing gestures in his mother's record. nursery nurse's record and VTR records between 0 : 06 and 5 : 10 of age. The observed period was divided 3 levels on the basis of the functioning of self-regulation. These were non-regulation. regulation-by-others and self-regulation. Based on these levels. his pointing gestures were analyzed. Results were as follows: his pointing gestures showed the change depending on which level of selfregulation was. In non-regulation level (0: 06 - 3 : 04 yrs), his pointing gestures were tracing movements, that is, synchronized with mother's one. Next level (3 : 05 - 3 : 09 yrs), that was tracing reciprocity of mutual exchanges. Final level (3 : 10 - 5 : 10 yrs), that was intrusion into physical world from representational world. It should be pointed that these characteristics of his pointing gestures suggest universal ones in high-functioning children with autism.
Type Local :紀要論文
ISSN :1345-0476
Publisher :琉球大学
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/1191
Citation :琉球大学教育学部障害児教育実践センター紀要 = The bulletin of the Research and Clinical Center for Handicapped Children no.8 p.57 -67
Appears in Collections:No. 8 (2006)

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