The following articles are just a sample of the research that we consider in the development of our products and include in our writing. We continue to develop and write about conceptual frameworks based on our clinical experience, and grounded in the literature.
ILAUGH Model of Social Thinking
The ILAUGH Model of Social Thinking is a core conceptual framework underlying most, if not all, of our work. ILAUGH is an acronym representing what the literature tells us about the types of challenges common to individuals with social learning issues. The research supporting each part of this model are too extensive to list here but can be found in Why Teach Social Thinking as well as The Social Thinking Social Learning Tree article.