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« Imite, assimile, et ensuite innove... » : réflexion sur l’utilisation de l’imitation pour entrer en relation avec l’enfant porteur d’autisme

Abstract : This past year, I had the opportunity to meet many children with autism. Interacting with these children is an essential step to their therapy and their individualised health care plan. But how do we achieve this objective ? I am writing this dissertation to further research imitation. What are the benefits of imitation in terms of confidence-building in children with autism? Could imitation be used as a means to work on the pre-requisites for communication like joint attention, taking turns and the autistic gaze ? The two children chosen for this dissertation, Amari and Adrien, will help us clarify these questions.
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Sevana Abrahamian Gheshlagh. « Imite, assimile, et ensuite innove... » : réflexion sur l’utilisation de l’imitation pour entrer en relation avec l’enfant porteur d’autisme. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2017. ⟨dumas-01592135⟩

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