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AAC (augmentative and alternative communication), 183
ABAS-3 (Adaptive Behavior Assessment System-3rd edition), 231
“ABC” approach, 250, 259260
acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), 135
ACI-PL (Autism Comorbidity Interview-Present and Lifetime Version), 98
Adaptive Behavior Assessment System-3rd edition (ABAS-3), 231
adaptive skills, 6, 53, 176
anxiety and, 94
assessment of, 231
ADDM (Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring) network, 810
ADI-R (Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised), 292, 294
ADIS (Anxiety Disorders Interview Schedule for DSM-IV-Child and Parent Versions), 98
ADOS (Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule), 292
affective education, 34
affective empathy, 304
AFLS (Assessment of Functional Living Skills), 231
aggressive behaviors, 244245, 261
behavioral treatment methods and, 252, 257
defined, 245
drug treatments, 38, 257
experimental functional analysis, 251
mindfulness- and acceptance-based therapies, 135
pica and, 247
prevalence of, 46, 244
AIR Self-Determination Scale (AIR), 161162
Akullian, J., 212
Alexander, J. L., 213
alexithymia, 95
Algozzine, B., 157
Aman, M. G., 49, 98
antecedent conditions, 229, 231233, 235
anti-inflammatory drugs, 56
anxiety and anxiety disorders, 3541, 91106, 280t
assessment of in adolescents, 9899
assessment of in adults, 99100
clinical presentation, 3537
cognitive-behavior therapy, 124126
college students, 282
comorbidity, 1415
differential diagnosis, 9697
drug treatments, 38
features and presentation of, 9495
generalized anxiety disorder, 3536
(p. 326)
implications for practitioners, 96
non-drug treatments, 3841
obsessive-compulsive disorder, 3637
prevalence of, 9294
research synthesis, 9295
sleep difficulties, 49
social anxiety disorder, 3536
treatment of, 100106
young women, 298299
Anxiety Disorders Interview Schedule for DSM-IV-Child and Parent Versions (ADIS), 98
applied behavior analysis (ABA), 223238
assessment suggestions, 227230
disruptive behavior, 48
future research directions, 225226
hallmarks of, 224
implications for practitioners, 226237
ongoing program evaluation, 236237
programming suggestions, 230236
research synthesis, 224225
AQ (Autism Spectrum Quotient), 292
Arc’s Self-Determination Scale (SDS), 161162
aripiprazole, 4748
Arnett, J. J., 4, 22
Asperger, H., 4
Asperger syndrome, 45, 8, 10, 82, 290
cognitive-behavior therapy, 34
depression and, 32
gender and, 290
Assessment of Functional Living Skills (AFLS), 231
Association for Behavior Analysis International, 226
atomoxetine, 42
attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), 4145, 8283
clinical presentation, 4142
cognitive-behavior therapy, 128
comorbidity, 41
drug treatments, 42
non-drug treatments, 4345
subtypes of, 41
Attwood, T., 34, 55
augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), 183
Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring (ADDM) network, 810
Autism Comorbidity Interview-Present and Lifetime Version (ACI-PL), 98
Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI-R), 292, 294
Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS), 292
autism spectrum disorder (ASD), viiviii. See also diagnosis and treatment
defining, 47
development of diagnostic criteria, 56
diagnosis versus classification, 67
future research directions, 322
heterogeneity of symptom presentation and functional ability, 6, 320
prevalence of, 711
research synthesis, 321322
Autism Spectrum Quotient (AQ), 292
automatic reinforcement, 249, 256
Ayres, K. M., 213


BAI (Beck Anxiety Inventory), 100
Baron-Cohen, S., 11
Barrett, B. H., 226
Bauman, K. E., 251
BCBA (Board-Certified Behavior Analyst) credential, 237
Beck, Aaron, 118
Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI), 100
behavioral activation, 35, 100, 120, 130, 132
behavioral interventions, 225, 248, 252, 263
anxiety, 100102, 126
attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, 4345
Behavioral Interventions for Anxiety in Children with Autism (BIACA) program, 126
Behavior Analyst Certification Board, 237
Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF), 7982, 85
Bellini, S., 212
(p. 327) Bennetto, L., 78
benzodiazepines, 51
Bereznak, S., 213
Bethune, L., 176, 205
BIACA (Behavioral Interventions for Anxiety in Children with Autism) program, 126
bipolar disorder, 127, 300
Blood, E., 213
Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) credential, 237
Brantlinger, E., 204
Brave Online, 134
BRIEF (Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function), 7982, 85
Brock, M. E., 176
Browder, D., 157
Bureau of Labor Statistics, 19
Burke, R. V., 213
buspirone, 38


California Verbal Learning Test (CVLT), 77
Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery (CANTAB), 78, 80
camouflaging, 296, 298, 303304
Camp Cope-a-Lot, 134
Carnine, D., 205
Carter, E. W., 173, 176, 181, 209210
CASI (Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory), 98
catatonia, 5051
causal agency theory, 154156, 160162
CBM (curriculum-based measurement), 214
Center on Secondary Education for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (CSESA), 206
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 89
challenging behaviors, 242264
aggressive behaviors, 245
assessment suggestions, 259261
behavioral treatment methods, 252255
characteristics of, 244245
defined, 243244
differential reinforcement, 253254
drug treatments, 257258
ethical considerations, 255258
extinction, 252253
functional behavioral assessment, 248252
functional communication training, 254255
implications for practitioners, 258264
ongoing program evaluation, 263264
pica, 247
prevalence of, 244245
programming suggestions, 261263
punishment practices, 256257
restraint practices, 257
self-injurious behavior, 245246
stereotypical behavior, 246247
vomiting and rumination, 247248
Chan, J. M., 213
checklists, 43, 206207, 214, 250
Chiang, H.-M., 198
Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (CASI), 98
Child Behavior Checklist, 300
Childhood Disintegration Disorder, 5
Chisholm, K., 129
ChoiceMaker Self-Determination Curriculum and Lesson Packages, 162163
Chou, Y., 156, 159, 161162
Cihak, D. F., 213
CIRCLES (Communicating Interagency Relationships and Collaborative Linkages for Exceptional Students) model, 185
“classic” autism, 45
clonidine, 50
clozapine, 51
Cobb, B., 157
cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT), 117136
anxiety, 3840, 100103, 124126
Attwood’s modified, 34, 39, 55
challenges for, 5455
components of, 119120
co-occurring psychiatric conditions, 123124
(p. 328)
core deficits, 122123
externalizing disorders, 128129
generalized anxiety disorder, 39
intellectual disabilities and, 131132
mindfulness- and acceptance-based therapies, 118, 135
modifications to, 120122
mood disorders, 3435, 127128
obsessive-compulsive disorder, 34, 40
overview, 117119
parental involvement in, 122, 132133
phobias, 40
psychosis, 129130
research synthesis, 122130
resistant behaviors, 133134
social anxiety disorder, 39
specific client characteristics and, 130131
technology and, 134
transdiagnostic treatments, 136
treatment modality, 119
cognitive flexibility, 104, 123
in adolescence, 71
defined, 69
fluency, 69, 74t, 81
set-shifting, 69, 73t74t, 7981, 83
cognitive restructuring, 34, 39, 103, 119120
cognitive training, 44
collaborative problem solving, 128
College Living and Success program, 282
college students, 275286
college application, 284285
college selection, 283284
costs of accommodation, 277
experiences of, 278
interest-based clubs and activities, 285
legal context, 276278
research synthesis, 279, 280t, 281282
comic strip conversations, 34, 128129
Communicating Interagency Relationships and Collaborative Linkages for Exceptional Students (CIRCLES) model, 185
communication, 46, 3637, 40, 5355, 181183
anxiety, 97
functional communication training, 254255
social-communication challenges for young women, 298299
young women, 298299
“community conversations” events, 185
complex span tasks, 76
Cooper, B. P., 181
Cooper, J. O., 261
coping-skills instruction, 120, 209
anxiety, 105
emotional toolbox, 34, 55
parental involvement in, 55
Cortese, S., 44
Council for Exceptional Children, 204
Counting Span task, 78
creativity. See fluency
CSESA (Center on Secondary Education for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder), 206
curriculum-based measurement (CBM), 214
CVLT (California Verbal Learning Test), 77


Davis, T. E., 121
Depo-Provera, 52
depression, 3133, 35, 131, 281. See also mood disorders
cognitive-behavior therapy, 5455
college students, 280t, 282
comorbidity, 1415
diagnosis, 3132
major depressive disorder, 32
persistent depressive disorder, 32
young women, 300301
determinism doctrine, 154
Detour Reaching Task, 76
diagnosis and treatment, 3056
adapted non-drug treatments, 5455
in adulthood, 11
challenges of diagnosis, 1112
comorbidities, 1415, 3149
development of diagnostic criteria, 56
(p. 329)
diagnosis versus classification, 67
diagnostic process, 11
entering adulthood, 322
general symptomology, 1314
novel drug treatments, 5556
prevalence, 711
in women, 291298
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, The (DSM), 48, 1011, 3132, 52
Diamond, Adele, 85
Diegelmann, K., 205
differential reinforcement, 253254
of alternative behavior (DRA), 253
of incompatible behavior (DRI), 253
of low rates (DRL), 254
of other behavior (DRO), 253254
DiGennaro Reed, F. D., 225
Digit Span task and Digit Span Backwards task, 76
discovery process approach, 207
dispositional characteristics, 155
disruptive behaviors, 4549, 261
aggressive behaviors, 46
clinical presentation, 4547
drug treatments, 4748, 56
non-drug treatments, 4849
self-injurious behavior, 46
disruptive mood dysregulation disorder (DMDD), 32
Dorsey, M. F., 251
Down syndrome, 20, 75
drug treatments
anxiety disorders, 38, 100
attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, 42
catatonia, 51
challenging behaviors, 257258, 263
disruptive behavior, 4748, 56
impaired sexual judgment, 52
mood disorders, 33
sleep difficulties, 4950
DSM (The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders), 48, 1011, 3132, 52
dysthymia (persistent depressive disorder), 32


ecological assessments, 207
ECT (electroconvulsive therapy), 51
EFA (experimental functional analysis), 251252, 259260
EFL (Essentials for Living), 231
Eigsti, I., 77
electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), 51
Ellis, Albert, 118
emerging adulthood, 4, 22
emotional toolbox, 34, 39, 55
emotion regulation (ER), 136
employment and employment training, 172, 196215
career development, 180181, 209
challenges of, 1721
characteristics contributing to employment, 198
current post-school outcomes, 198
future research directions, 199200, 204206
IDEA and, 197
implications for practitioners, 206215
implications for programming, 209210, 211t, 212214
improving research quality, 200, 204
increasing research into, 204205
ongoing program evaluation, 214215
paid, community-based jobs, 181
post-secondary education, 1819
research synthesis, 198199, 200t203t
research-to-practice gap, 205206
self-determination and self-advocacy, 210, 212
transition assessment, 206208
video modeling, 212213
vocational and life skill services, 20, 5354
work-based learning experiences, 209210, 211t
ER (emotion regulation), 136
ERP (exposure and response prevention), 4041, 126
errorless learning, 232
Essentials for Living (EFL), 231
(p. 330) executive functions (EF), 6786
attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, 41
behavioral interventions, 43
cognitive flexibility, 69, 71
college students, 278, 280t, 281
defined, 41, 6768
domains of, 6870
fluency, 69, 71, 81
implications for practitioners, 8486
inhibition, 68, 71, 7576, 83
neural bases of, 7071, 70f
planning, 69, 71, 8284
set-shifting, 69, 7981, 83
studies of, 72t74t
treatment for anxiety, 104
working memory, 68, 7679, 83
experimental functional analysis (EFA), 251252, 259260
exposure and response prevention (ERP), 4041, 126
externalizing disorders, 4547, 49. See also names of specific externalizing disorders
cognitive-behavior therapy, 128129
mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, 135
extinction, 234, 252253, 261262
extinction bursts, 252, 261262


Facing Your Fears (FYF) program, 105, 122, 125, 131, 134
FACT (Functional Assessment for Multiple Causality), 250
FACTER (Functional Assessment and Curriculum for Teaching Everyday Routines), 231
FACTS (Functional Assessment Checklist: Teachers and Staff), 250
FAI (Functional Analysis Interview) form, 250
family, 133, 174
aggressive behaviors, 46
employment training, 204205
family involvement in treatment, 40, 4849, 55, 102103, 121122, 125, 128129, 132133, 135, 202t
independent living, 21
parent training component of modified CBT, 34
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, 277
FCT (functional communication training), 254255
FDA (Food and Drug Administration), 47
fear of negative evaluation (FNE), 95
Finger Windows subtest, 79
Fleury, V. P., 180
flexibility, 73t74t
fluency (creativity)
in adolescence, 71
defined, 69
studies of, 74t, 81
fluent performance, 235236
fluoxetine, 38
fluvoxamine, 38
FNE (fear of negative evaluation), 95
Food and Drug Administration (FDA), 47
411 on Disability Disclosure (NCWD), 212
friendships and peer relationships, 1617, 94
cognitive-behavior therapy, 122123
peer-focused interventions, 183
transition to adulthood, 181182
young women, 295296, 298, 304
frontal lobe, 70, 70f
Functional Analysis Interview (FAI) form, 250
Functional Assessment and Curriculum for Teaching Everyday Routines (FACTER), 231
Functional Assessment Checklist: Teachers and Staff (FACTS), 250
Functional Assessment for Multiple Causality (FACT), 250
functional behavioral assessment (FBA), 248252
descriptive methods, 250251
disruptive behavior, 48
experimental functional analysis, 251252
functions of challenging behavior, 248249
informant methods, 250
(p. 331) functional communication training (FCT), 254255
FYF (Facing Your Fears) program, 105, 122, 125, 131, 134


GAD (generalized anxiety disorder), 3536, 3839
Gadow, K. D., 97
GCBT (group cognitive-behavior therapy), 119
Gelbar, N. W., 279, 281
gender
challenging behaviors, 245
gendered sociocultural contexts, 290, 295, 298299, 307308
gender identity and gender dysphoria, 5253, 301303
prevalence of ASD, 9
suicide and self-injurious behaviors, 33
generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), 3536, 3839
genetic syndromes, 245246
Gillberg, C., 320321
Gillis, J. M., 225
Girls Night Out program, 308
goal-oriented behavior, 6869
Go/No-Go paradigm, 69, 75
Goode, S., 16
Gray, C. A., 34
Grondhuis, S. N., 98
Group Action Planning, 208
group cognitive-behavior therapy (GCBT), 119
guanfacine, 42


HADS (Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale), 99
Happé, F., 82
Henault, I., 51
Hendricks, D. R., 209
Hepburn, S. L., 105
“high-functioning” autism, 5
Hitt, S. B., 205
Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS), 99
Howlin, P., 16
Hughes, C., 75
human agentic theories, 155
Hutton, J., 16
Hwang, Y. S., 135


ICBT (individual cognitive-behavior therapy), 119
ICD-10 (International Classification of Diseases, 10th ed.), 8, 290
IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act), 152153, 163, 171, 173, 179, 197, 206, 263, 276
IED (Intradimensional/Extradimensional) Shift subtest, 80
IEP (Individualized Education Program) meetings, 158159, 163164, 178, 201t, 204
imagination, 105, 295, 304
independent living, 21, 93, 172, 203t. See also transition to adulthood
individual cognitive-behavior therapy (ICBT), 119
Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings, 158159, 163164, 178, 201t, 204
Individual Plan for Employment, 204
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), 152153, 163, 171, 173, 179, 197, 206, 263, 276
informed consent, 255
inhibition, 42, 44
college students, 278
defined, 68
studies of, 71, 72t, 7576, 83
insomnia, 49
intellectual disability (ID)
adaptive skills and, 6
challenging behaviors, 244
cognitive-behavior therapy, 131132
co-occurrence of, 15, 124, 128, 255
employment, 181
executive functions, 75
self-determination, 156159
transition to adulthood, 176
vocational and life skill services, 20
Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee, vii
(p. 332) International Classification of Diseases,10th ed. (ICD-10), 8, 290
intolerance of uncertainty (IU), 95
Intradimensional/Extradimensional (IED) Shift subtest, 80
Iwata, B. A., 251


Job Accommodation Network (JAN), 212


Kanne, S. M., 46, 53, 245
Kanner, L., 4, 7
Karvonen, M., 157
Kato, K., 33
Kellems, R. O., 213
Kemp-Inman, A., 205
Kerns, C. M., 94, 122, 125
Kohler, P. D., 174


Laarhoven, T. V., 213
Lai, M. C., 11
Lattin, D. L., 186
Lee, G. K., 209210
Lee, H., 186
Lee, J. H., 159
Lee, S., 158
Lee, Y., 159
Lehmann, J., 157
Leko, M. M., 180
Letter-Number Sequencing task, 7677
Little, T., 158159
London, E., 320321
lorazepam, 51
Lunsky, Y., 34, 102


major depressive disorder (MDD), 32
MAPS (McGill Action Planning System), 208
Martin, J., 159, 164
MASC (Multidimensional Anxiety Scale for Children), 98
MASSI (Multimodal Anxiety and Social Skills Intervention), 126
Matson, J. L., 244
Mayes, Susan Dickerson, 33
Mazurek, M. O., 46, 245
Mazzone, L., 51
MBCT (mindfulness-based cognitive therapy), 135
MBSR (mindfulness-based stress reduction), 135
McClellan, J., 129
McConachie, H., 98
McGill Action Planning System (MAPS), 208
McGuire, J. M., 18
MDD (major depressive disorder), 32
Mechling, L. C., 213
melatonin, 50
mentoring, 211t, 278, 282
mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), 135
mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), 135
mindfulness-based therapy (MBT)
anxiety, 102
cognitive-behavior therapy and, 135
mood disorders, 3135
clinical presentation, 3133
cognitive-behavior therapy, 127128
drug treatments, 33
non-drug treatments, 3335
Moree, B. N., 121
Morgen, A., 157
Morningstar, M. E., 186, 213
motivational psychology, 154
Multidimensional Anxiety Scale for Children (MASC), 98
Multimodal Anxiety and Social Skills Intervention (MASSI), 126
multiple exemplar training, 232233
Murray, A. K., 186
myelination, 70


N-acetylcysteine (NAC), 56
National Autism Center (NAC), 198199, 204205, 224225
National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability (NCWD) for Youth, 174, 212
National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), 9
National Institute of Mental Health, 35
National Institutes of Health (NIH), 5556
National Longitudinal Transition Study-2 (NLTS-2), 12, 1419, 2122, 179, 181182, 198, 279, 283
(p. 333) National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorders (NPDC-ASD), 199, 200t, 204205, 224225
National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH), 910
National Technical Assistance Center on Transition (NTACT), 153, 178, 199, 201t202t, 204205, 208209
N-Back task, 77
NCWD (National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability) for Youth, 174, 212
negative reinforcement, 249, 256, 262
neurofeedback, 45
Newman-Gonchar, R., 157
NHIS (National Health Interview Survey), 9
NIH (National Institutes of Health), 5556
NLTS-2 (National Longitudinal Transition Study-2), 12, 1419, 2122, 179, 181182, 198, 279, 283
Nonword Repetition task, 77
NPDC-ASD (National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorders), 199, 200t, 204205, 224225
NSCH (National Survey of Children’s Health), 910
NTACT (National Technical Assistance Center on Transition), 153, 178, 199, 201t202t, 204205, 208209


obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), 3637, 4041
anxiety disorders and, 126
comorbidity, 14, 37
differential diagnoses, 15
non-drug treatments, 34
ODD (oppositional defiant disorder), 128
Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP), 153154, 156, 199
Olson, A. J., 180
O’Neill, R. E., 249, 251
oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), 128
O’Quinn, C., 176
Orsmond, G. I., 181
OSEP (Office of Special Education Programs), 153154, 156, 199
oxytocin, 56


Paek, Y., 163
Palmer, S., 156159, 163
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), 128129
Parent Management Training, 128
PARS (Pediatric Anxiety Rating Scale), 98
patient dignity, 255256
PCIT (Parent-Child Interaction Therapy), 128129
PCP (person-centered planning), 176, 206208
PDD (Pervasive Developmental Disorders), 5, 290
Pediatric Anxiety Rating Scale (PARS), 98
peer-focused interventions, 183
PEERS (Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills) program, 122123
persistent depressive disorder (dysthymia), 32
personality disorder, 15, 306
person-centered planning (PCP), 176, 206208
Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD), 5, 290
pharmacology. See drug treatments
phobias, 3536, 40
PIDA (Predictor Implementation Self-Assessment), 214215
planning
in adolescence, 71
defined, 69
studies of, 74t, 8284
Plotner, A. J., 163, 179
positive reinforcement, 44, 131, 249, 262
postcedent conditions, 229, 231, 233
post-secondary education, 1819, 2122, 93, 152, 172, 198. See also college students
post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), 126
Powers, L., 158
Predictor Implementation Self-Assessment (PIDA), 214215
(p. 334) preference assessments, 230
pre-sleep arousal, 49
prevalence of ASD, 711
awareness and, 8, 10
current prevalence rates and estimation methods, 810
historical prevalence estimates, 78
incidence versus, 7
problem-solving, 321
career development and early work experiences, 209210
cognitive-behavior therapy, 119
college students, 282
self-determination, 162163
Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills (PEERS) program, 122123
prompt-dependency, 233234
prompting, 200t, 213, 232
Provera, 52
psychoeducation
anxiety, 101
cognitive-behavior therapy, 119, 123, 132
psychosis, 129130, 300
psychotic disorder, 15
PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), 126
punishment practices, 252, 256257


Quality Indicators of Exemplary Transition Programs Needs Assessment-2, 186
“quarter-life crisis,” 4
Questions About Behavioral Function (QABF), 250


race and ethnicity
diagnosis and outcomes, 13
suicide and self-injurious behaviors, 33
rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT), 118
RCADS (Revised Children’s Anxiety and Depression Scale), 98
Reaven, J., 129
Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 7, 276277
reinforcer assessments, 230
relaxation strategies, 101, 105106
Renty, J. O., 21
restraint practices, 256257
restricted, repetitive, and stereotyped behaviors (RRSB)
anxiety, 9597
behavior management practices, 256
catatonia, 51
development of diagnostic criteria, 56
drug treatments, 38, 56, 257
heterogeneity of symptom presentation and functional ability, 6
obsessive-compulsive disorder, 3637
stereotypical behavior, 246247
transition to adulthood, 4
treatment motivation, 55, 121
young women, 293294, 296297, 304
Rett’s syndrome, 5
Revised Children’s Anxiety and Depression Scale (RCADS), 98
Richman, G. S., 251
Rifenbark, G., 158
risperidone, 47, 49
Roberts, C. A., 180
Roeyers, H., 21
romantic relationships, 16, 94, 296, 304
Rosen, T. E., 101
Roth, M. E., 225
Roux, A. M., 5354
Rowe, D. A., 210
ruminative vomiting, 247248
Running Memory Task, 78
Rutter, M., 16


SADS-L (Schedule of Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia-Lifetime Version), 100
SAS (Self-Advocacy Strategy), 202t
Sayman, D. M., 279
SCARED (Screen for Child Anxiety Related Emotional Disorders), 98
SCAS (Spence Children’s Anxiety Scale), 98
Schedule of Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia-Lifetime Version (SADS-L), 100
schizophrenia spectrum disorders (SSD), 129130
(p. 335) Schrader, L., 213
Schuh, J., 77
Screen for Child Anxiety Related Emotional Disorders (SCARED), 98
SDI (Self-Determination Inventory) system, 162
SDIEP (Self-Directed Individualized Education Program) meetings, 159, 163164, 179, 202t
SDLMI (Self-Determined Learning Model of Instruction), 157158, 163, 201t
SDS (Arc’s Self-Determination Scale), 161162
SDT (self-determination theory), 154155, 160
Secondary School Success Checklist (SSSC), 206
selective norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (SNRI), 42
selective serotonin-reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), 38, 100
self-advocacy, 163164, 202t203t, 210, 212, 279, 281
Self-Advocacy Strategy (SAS), 202t
self-determination, 151164, 203t
assessing, 160162
becoming more self-determined, 157
defined, 154156, 182
employment training, 210
evidence-based practices to promote, 162164
positive outcomes, 157159
research synthesis, 156160
self-determination and self-advocacy, 212
transition to adulthood and transition services, 152154
Self-Determination Inventory (SDI) system, 162
self-determination theory (SDT), 154155, 160
Self-Determined Learning Model of Instruction (SDLMI), 157158, 163, 201t
Self-Directed Individualized Education Program (SDIEP) meetings, 159, 163164, 179, 202t
self-injurious behavior (SIB), 46
defined, 245246
prevalence of, 244245
severity of, 246
self-management of challenging behaviors, 199, 200t, 263
self-regulation skills, 164, 199
Seltzer, M. M., 20
sensory issues, 6, 36, 40, 9596, 105106, 297298, 300
Sentence Span task, 77
Seong, Y., 164
set-shifting
defined, 69
studies of, 73t74t, 7981, 83
sexuality and related issues, 5152. See also gender
risk of victimization, 308
sexual orientation, 52, 302303
Shattuck, P. T., 181
Shogren, K., 154, 157160, 162163, 179
short-term memory (STM), 7677
Simonoff, E., 32
Singh, N. N., 135
sleep difficulties, 4950
Slifer, K. J., 251
SNRI (selective norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor), 42
SOC (Stockings of Cambridge) task, 82
social anxiety disorder (social phobia), 15, 3536, 39
Social Anxiety Scale, 100
Social Phobia and Anxiety Inventory, 100
Social Responsiveness Scale (SRS), 292
social skills, 40, 48, 203t
anxiety, 9397, 105, 126
attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, 42
cognitive-behavior therapy, 121123
college students, 281282, 285
development of diagnostic criteria, 56
employment, 198
heterogeneity of symptom presentation and functional ability, 6
oxytocin, 56
transition and relationships, 1517, 182184
young women, 294296, 299, 306
(p. 336) Social Stories, 128129
sociocultural contexts, 4, 290, 295, 298299, 302, 306307
socioeconomic status (SES)
diagnosis and outcomes, 13
suicide and self-injurious behaviors, 33
Sofronoff, K., 128129
Solomon, M., 129
Soukup, J., 157158
Spatial Working Memory subtest, 7879
Spek, A. A., 102
Spence Children’s Anxiety Scale (SCAS), 98
SRS (Social Responsiveness Scale), 292
SSD (schizophrenia spectrum disorders), 129130
SSRIs (selective serotonin-reuptake inhibitors), 38, 100
SSSC (Secondary School Success Checklist), 206
standardized examinations, 284
State Toolkit for Examining Post-School Success (STEPSS), 215
Steele, S., 79
stereotypical behavior, 246247
drug treatments, 258
prevalence of, 244
Stewart, M. E., 127
stimulus overselectivity, 234235
STM (short-term memory), 7677
Stockings of Cambridge (SOC) task, 82
Stop-Signal task, 75
Storch, E. A., 46, 126
Stroop task, 71, 75
Sturmey, P., 257
suicide, 33, 127
symptomology, 1314
synaptic pruning, 7071


TAGG (Transition Assessment and Goal Generator), 161, 207
Task Force on the Right to Effective Education, 226
Taxonomy for Transition Programming 2.0 (Kohler et al.), 204
Taylor, J. L., 20
Test, D., 157, 205, 210
Theory of Mind (ToM) abilities, 85, 124
anxiety, 95
defined, 95
Think Feel Do, 134
Tiger, J. H., 254
time-out methods, 262263
Tower of Hanoi assessment, 82
Tower of London assessment, 82
TPI (Transition Planning Inventory), 161
Trainor, A. A., 176
Trammell, B., 11
tranquilizers, 257
transdiagnostic treatments, 136
Transition Assessment and Goal Generator (TAGG), 161, 207
Transition Planning Inventory (TPI), 161
transition services, 173
defined, 152153
student involvement in, 153154
transition to adulthood, 171187. See also self-determination
career development, 180181
core commitments, 174, 175f
extracurricular involvement, 181182
implications for practitioners, 186187
linkages and partnerships, 184185
program evaluation, 185186
relationships, 182184
research implications, 187
rigorous instruction, 179180
self-determination, 182
transition assessment, 174, 176178, 206208
transition planning, 178179
transition services, 152154, 173
vision for, 173174
trazodone, 50


Unstuck and On Target (UOT), 123
U.S. Department of Education, 153


video modeling (VM) and video self-modeling (VSM), 212213
Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales-2nd Edition (Vineland-II), 53
(p. 337) Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales-3rd edition (VABS-3), 231
visual supports and tools, 103, 121, 131
Visuospatial Working Memory task, 78
VM (video modeling)VSM ( and video self-modeling), 212213
vocational skills and training, 18, 20, 5354, 152153, 173, 184, 197198, 200t201t, 210. See also employment and employment training
vomiting, 247248


Wagner, M., 181
Ward, M., 153
Waterhouse, L., 320321
WBLE (work-based learning experiences), 209210, 211t
WCST (Wisconsin Card Sort Task), 7980
Wehman, P., 209
Wehmeyer, M., 153154, 156160, 163164
Weiss, J. A., 34, 102
White, S. W., 126
Whose Future Is It Anyway? (WFA) intervention, 159, 163164, 179, 202t
Wide Range Assessment of Memory Learning, 79
Wigham, S., 98
Williams-Diehm, K., 157159
Windows Task, 7576
Winiarski, L., 213
Wisconsin Card Sort Task (WCST), 7980
Wong, C., 1718, 225
Wood, J. J., 97, 126
Wood, W., 157
work-based learning experiences (WBLE), 209210, 211t
working memory (WM), 43
defined, 6869
studies of, 72t73t, 7679, 83
World Café model, 185


young women, 289309
ASD as male-predominant condition, 290291
assessment suggestions, 303306
gender-related issues and identity development, 301302
identification challenges, 291298
mental health challenges for, 300301, 305306
physical health challenges for, 301, 306
presentation of characteristics of autism, 293297
sensory-environmental challenges for, 299300
social-communication challenges for, 298299
support suggestions, 306309


Zablotsky, B., 9
Zager, D., 159