Acquisition of daily living and vocational tasks using student-created video models with adolescents with moderate intellectual disability-"OVPR CURATE Program"

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This study investigates the effects of video modeling of a task to create a movie with an IPhone as a tool to determine if transition age students (14-21 years old) with an intellectual disability can independently complete vocational or daily living tasks using student-created video models. Dr. Shepley will hire two students as project assistants to work on this project (July-February). The remaining funds will be used to reimburse the project assistants for mileage to data collection sites.
Effective start/end date5/1/174/30/18


  • Office of the Vice President for Research: $7,100.00


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