Evaluating the Effects of Video Modeling on the Frequency of Staff Use of Socially Embedded Consequences Page: III
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Thank you to my family. You have supported me from the beginning even when
you had no idea where I was going to school or what I was studying. Your support
means everything to me and I would not have made it this far without your constant
encouragement and confidence in me. Thank you to my fiance, Will. You believed in me
when I didn't. I would not have made it in graduate school without your love,
reassurance, and faith in my abilities. I look forward to our new life together. Thank you
to my advisor, Dr. Shahla Ala'i-Rosales. Your words of encouragement mean more to
me than you can ever imagine. You are everything I hope to be in a professional, a
practitioner, and more importantly a mother. You have taught me so many skills, but
most importantly have provided me with a way to view the world that will stay with me
long after I leave Texas. Thank you to my committee members, Dr. Jesus Rosales-Ruiz
and Dr. Manish Vaidya. Your feedback throughout my time here has been invaluable
and I thankful for the time I was able to spend learning from each of you. Thank you to
my team of data collectors, Donna, Tiffany, Steph, and Amber. This project would not
have been possible with you. And finally, thank you to the friends I have made here.
You are the reason I have made it this far. I never dreamed I would leave Texas having
formed lifelong friendships. While preparing this manuscript, I found this quote that
provided a little inspiration during this whole process:
Staff training is neither sexy nor exciting, and the area holds little promise for a
career that will culminate in winning the Nobel Prize. But when attempting to
positively improve the lives of individuals with autism. Nothing works well without
it. (McGee & Morrier, 2005)
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Yauger, Amy Elizabeth. Evaluating the Effects of Video Modeling on the Frequency of Staff Use of Socially Embedded Consequences, thesis, August 2012; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc177267/m1/4/: accessed June 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .