Otizmli bireylerin eğitimlerinde teknolojinin de gelişmesi ile beraber video ile model kullanımı konusunda ilerlemeler kaydedilmiştir. Bu yöntemin etkililiğinin test edildiği tek denekli araştırma modellerine dayanan araştırmaların, niteliksel ve niteliksel özetlemeleri alanyazınını takip etmekte olan uygulamacı ve araştırmacılar için yardımcı olacaktır. Bu çalışmada otizmli bireylerle gerçekleştirilmiş, 2005 sonrası yayınlanmış, 24 adet tek denekli araştırma modeli kullanmış makale incelenmiştir. Ayrıca örtüşmeyen verilerin yüzdesi yöntemi ile etki büyüklüğü hesaplamaları da yapılarak, niceliksel sonuçlar da elde edilmiştir. Toplamda 59 katılımcının yer aldığı bu çalışmalarda iletişim, günlük yaşam becerileri, özbakım becerileri ve mesleki eğitim becerilerinin geliştirilmesi konularına odaklandıkları belirlenmiştir. Bu çalışmalar sonucunda otizmli bireylerin hedeflenen davranışlar üzerinde gelişme gösterdiklerine dair veriler elde edilmekle birlikte bazı sorular da ortaya çıkmıştır
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*işareti üst-analiz ve niteliksel özette yer alan makaleleri belirtmek için kullanılmıştır.