David Celiberti, PhD, BCBA-D, Vincent Winterling, EdD, Brizida Vinjau, MS, BCBA, Marcia Questel, MSEd, BCBA
Association for Science in Autism Treatment

As providers and family members, you have undoubtedly witnessed consumers enticed and distracted by an endless stream of purported autism treatments. Often, these treatments run counter to effective approaches, may deplete precious resources (e.g., time and money), and raise false hopes. We believe that Science in Autism Treatment (SIAT), our Association’s free, monthly e-publication, is crucial for helping families and professionals avoid the seemingly endless pursuit of “try this” and “try that.”

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Citation for this article:

Celiberti, D., Winterling, V., Vinjau, B., & Questel, M. (2021). A spotlight on Science in Autism Treatment. Science in Autism Treatment, 18(4).

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