Popularity of ABA treatment grows, though questions remain

12/15/2011 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Applied behavior analysis has become the standard of treatment and therapy for children with autism, and commands a thriving $200 million business in California alone. However, questions remain about why the treatment is effective for some and not others, and how it can be best used to improve the symptoms of the disorder.

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