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In this study, we aimed to the revision of the articles written about autism studies conducted in Turkey. In this study, the survey study was conducted on the studies on development, education, care, teaching methods of children with autism and the studies related to the family. 93 articles were reviewed and 20 of them could not be reached. As a result of the research conducted using the document analysis technique, the articles reached are categorized according to their subjects. Studies; children's skills training (9 studies), family and family views (15 studies), studies on the comparison of children with autism with children with normal needs (3 studies), studies on fusion in autistic children (3 studies), studies related to autism description (14 studies) and studies on the effectiveness of programs and methods related to autism (29 studies) were examined in six categories. Information on the studies of the articles in each category is given. According to the findings obtained from the study, it was concluded that the most studied areas were studies on the effectiveness of the programs and methods related to Autism, and that the studies on comparing autistic children with children with normal needs were not sufficient and a model proposal for students with autism was presented..
Keywords: Skill training, State description, Inclusion, Autism
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