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Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC)
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Question 4: Short-term Objective C

yellow dot 4SC. Test safety and efficacy of at least five widely used interventions (e.g., nutrition, medications, assisted technologies, sensory integration, medical procedures) that have not been rigorously studied for use in ASD by 2012. IACC Recommended Budget: $27,800,000 over 5 years.

Projects Found: 59
Total Funding: 3356022
Records
Project Title Funding Funding Institution

Project Title

Sensory Over Responsivity & Anxiety in Youth with Autism
$25,658

Funding

25658

Institution

University of California, Los Angeles

Project Title

Validity of the CARD Indirect Functional Analysis.
$32,000

Funding

32000

Institution

Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)

Project Title

Testing Direct Effects of Soy Daidzein on Fragile X Phenotypes
$73,143

Funding

73143

Institution

University of Wisconsin

Project Title

An evaluation of behavior sampling procedures for event recording
$2,217

Funding

2217

Institution

New England Center for Children

Project Title

Categories of Preference and Their Reinforcing Efficacy
$2,217

Funding

2217

Institution

New England Center for Children

Project Title

Evaluating the effects of intermittent reinforcement during paired stimulus preference assessments
$2,217

Funding

2217

Institution

New England Center for Children

Project Title

Evaluating the effects of isolated reinforcers on skill acquisition
$2,217

Funding

2217

Institution

New England Center for Children

Project Title

Therapy Management Software for Naturalistic Model-Based Behavioral Interventions
$341,576

Funding

341576

Institution

EXPERIAD, LLC

Project Title

Determining reinforcer efficacy using demand curves& progressive ratio break points
$4,135

Funding

4135

Institution

New England Center for Children

Project Title

Use of a visual imagining procedure to teach remembering
$4,135

Funding

4135

Institution

New England Center for Children

 
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