Jessica S. Akers

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2011-2015 Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling Utah State University, Logan, UT, United States 
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Canestaro VM, Akers JS, O'Guinn N. (2021) Promoting reciprocal conversations in children with autism using text‐message prompting Behavioral Interventions. 36: 745-755
Deel NM, Brodhead MT, Akers JS, et al. (2021) Teaching choice‐making within activity schedules to children with autism Behavioral Interventions. 36: 731-744
Kirkpatrick M, Rehfeld DM, Akers JS, et al. (2020) Using behavioral skills training with preservice teachers in the university classroom Behavioral Interventions. 36: 145-158
Akers JS, Retzlaff BJ, Fisher WW, et al. (2019) An Evaluation of Conditional Manding Using a Four-Component Multiple Schedule. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior. 35: 94-102
Fisher WW, Retzlaff BJ, Akers JS, et al. (2019) Establishing initial auditory-visual conditional discriminations and emergence of initial tacts in young children with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis
Gerencser KR, Akers JS, Becerra LA, et al. (2019) A Review of Asynchronous Trainings for the Implementation of Behavior Analytic Assessments and Interventions Journal of Behavioral Education. 29: 122-152
Kirkpatrick M, Akers J, Rivera G. (2019) Use of Behavioral Skills Training with Teachers: A Systematic Review Journal of Behavioral Education. 28: 344-361
Akers JS, Higbee TS, Pollard JS, et al. (2018) Sibling-Implemented Script Fading to Promote Play-Based Statements of Children with Autism. Behavior Analysis in Practice. 11: 395-399
Akers JS, Higbee TS, Gerencser KR, et al. (2018) An evaluation of group activity schedules to promote social play in children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis
Kaminski AJ, Fisher WW, Greer BD, et al. (2018) Increasing sharing in children with autism spectrum disorder using automated discriminative stimuli Learning and Motivation. 62: 41-50
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