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Please refer to the reference list below to find out more about the Zones in these published materials. Click on the link provided to be redirected to the material.
Anderson, S., Bartholow, B., Jirikowic, T., Nash, J., Snow, J., and Stratiner, M., (2017, November).
Developing Self-Regulation in Children with FASD Using the Zones of Regulation. SIS Quarterly Practice Connections. 2(4)5-7
Arbesman, M., Frolek, G., Pfeiffer, B., (2017, December). Effectiveness of Cognitive and Occupation – Based Interventions for Children with Challenges in
Sensory Processing and Integration: A Systematic Review. American Journal of Occupational Therapy. 72, 7201190020p1-7201190020p9.
Katz, M. (2012, October). The Zones of Regulation: A Curriculum Designed to Foster Self- Regulation and Emotional
Control. Attention, 7-8
Kuypers, L. (2016, November). All the Zones are OK! Tips for Managing the Zones You're In. Social Thinking. Retrieved
Kuypers, L. (2016, February/March). Emotional Control: Partnering Together to Support Self-Regulation. The Autism
Kuypers, L. (2013, December). The Zones of Regulation: A Framework to Foster Self-Regulation.Sensory Integration.
Kuypers, L., Sautter, E. (2012, May/June). Promoting Social Regulation: Identifying Emotional States and Utilizing
Strategies to Achieve Social Emotional Success. Autism Bay Area Magazine, 8-10
OT Co-teaching Lesson on SEL and Self-regulation. (2014). Every Moment Counts. Retrieved from
Social Thinking and The Zones of Regulation: The Journey Continues. (2017). Social Thinking Publishing. Retrieved from
Social and Emotional Learning: A Schoolwide Approach. (2016). Edutopia. Retrieved from
Tanner, K., Hand, B.N., O’Toole, G., and Lane, A.E. (2015). Effectiveness of Interventions to Improve Social Participation, Play, Leisure, and Restricted and
Repetitive Behaviors in People with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Systematic Review. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 69, 6905180010pl-
Valkanos, C., Huber-Lee, C., & Cahill, S. M. (2016). Blue–yellow–red–green: Teaching Self- Regulation Skills to First
Graders. OT Practice, 21(12), 7–11