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Credible knowledge: A pilot evaluation of a modified GRADE method using parent-implemented interventions for children with autism

By J Michael Van Adel, Jennifer Dunn Geier, Adrienne Perry and Jo-Ann M Reitzel
Topics: Research Article
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