Kristen Bottema-Beutel
Kristen Bottema-Beutel
Associate Professor of Special Education, Boston College
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Promoting social competence and peer relationships for adolescents with autism spectrum disorders
EW Carter, EA Common, MA Sreckovic, HB Huber, K Bottema-Beutel, ...
Remedial and Special Education 35 (2), 91-101, 2014
Imitation in autism spectrum disorders
G Vivanti, A Hamilton
Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Fourth Edition, 2014
Efficacy of peer networks to increase social connections among high school students with and without autism spectrum disorder
JM Hochman, EW Carter, K Bottema-Beutel, MN Harvey, JR Gustafson
Exceptional Children 82 (1), 96-116, 2015
Including Children with Autism in Social and Imaginary Play with Typical Peers: Integrated Play Groups Model.
P Wolfberg, K Bottema-Beutel, M DeWitt
American Journal of Play 5 (1), 55-80, 2012
The role of supported joint engagement and parent utterances in language and social communication development in children with autism spectrum disorder
K Bottema-Beutel, PJ Yoder, JM Hochman, LR Watson
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44 (9), 2162-2174, 2014
Associations between joint attention and language in autism spectrum disorder and typical development: A systematic review and meta‐regression analysis
K Bottema‐Beutel
Autism Research 9 (10), 1021-1035, 2016
Social communication intervention effects vary by dependent variable type in preschoolers with autism spectrum disorders
PJ Yoder, K Bottema-Beutel, T Woynaroski, R Chandrasekhar, ...
Evidence-based communication assessment and intervention 7 (4), 150-174, 2013
Social interactions and friendships
EW Carter, K Bottema-Beutel, ME Brock
Equity and full participation for individuals with severe disabilities: A …, 2014
Peer network strategies to foster social connections among adolescents with and without severe disabilities
EW Carter, J Asmus, CK Moss, M Cooney, K Weir, L Vincent, T Born, ...
TEACHING Exceptional Children 46 (2), 51-59, 2013
Methodological trends in secondary education and transition research: Looking backward and moving forward
EW Carter, ME Brock, K Bottema-Beutel, A Bartholomew, TL Boehm, ...
Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals 36 (1), 15-24, 2013
Avoiding the “brick wall of awkward”: Perspectives of youth with autism spectrum disorder on social-focused intervention practices
K Bottema-Beutel, TS Mullins, MN Harvey, JR Gustafson, EW Carter
Autism 20 (2), 196-206, 2016
Efficacy and social validity of peer network interventions for high school students with severe disabilities
JM Asmus, EW Carter, CK Moss, EE Biggs, DM Bolt, TL Born, ...
American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 122 (2), 118-137, 2017
Outcomes in adults with autism spectrum disorders
P Howlin
Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Fourth Edition, 2014
Equity and full participation for individuals with severe disabilities
M Agran, F Brown, C Hughes, C Quirk, D Ryndak
Paul H. Brookes, Baltimore, 2014
The interactional construction of identity: An adolescent with autism in interaction with peers
K Bottema-Beutel, N Smith
Linguistics and Education 24 (2), 197-214, 2013
Generalizability and decision studies to inform observational and experimental research in classroom settings
K Bottema-Beutel, B Lloyd, EW Carter, JM Asmus
American journal on intellectual and developmental disabilities 119 (6), 589-605, 2014
Adolescent judgments and reasoning about the failure to include peers with social disabilities
K Bottema-Beutel, Z Li
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 45 (6), 1873-1886, 2015
Commentary on social skills training curricula for individuals with ASD: social interaction, authenticity, and stigma
K Bottema-Beutel, H Park, SY Kim
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 48 (3), 953-964, 2018
Glimpses into the blind spot: Social interaction and autism
K Bottema-Beutel
Journal of communication disorders 68, 24-34, 2017
To include or not to include: Evaluations and reasoning about the failure to include peers with autism spectrum disorder in elementary students
K Bottema-Beutel, E Turiel, MN DeWitt, PJ Wolfberg
Autism 21 (1), 51-60, 2017
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