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The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effect of social story intervention on the social skills of male students suffering from autism. The study’s procedure was quasi-experimental with pretest-posttest design With a control group. The participants included 30 male students with autistic disorder in Shiraz in the academic year of 2012- 2013 who were selected by in available sampling method and assigned into experimental and control groups, randomly; hence, each group consists of 15 students. Both groups were undergone a post-test. The experimental group received Social story training in 16 sessions while control group did not. After the intervention period for experimental group the post-test was administered for both groups. The Stone's and et al (2010) social skills assessment questionnaire was employed to assess the social skills. The data analyses by ANCOVA showed that there was a significant increase in the mean scores of social skills and subscales (understanding/perspective taking, initiating interactions and maintaining interactions) in experimental group (P
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