Moderating factors of video-modeling with other as model: a meta-analysis of single-case studies. Academic Article uri icon


  • Video modeling with other as model (VMO) is a more practical method for implementing video-based modeling techniques, such as video self-modeling, which requires significantly more editing. Despite this, identification of contextual factors such as participant characteristics and targeted outcomes that moderate the effectiveness of VMO has not previously been explored. The purpose of this study was to meta-analytically evaluate the evidence base of VMO with individuals with disabilities to determine if participant characteristics and targeted outcomes moderate the effectiveness of the intervention. Findings indicate that VMO is highly effective for participants with autism spectrum disorder (IRD=.83) and moderately effective for participants with developmental disabilities (IRD=.68). However, differential effects are indicated across levels of moderators for diagnoses and targeted outcomes. Implications for practice and future research are discussed.

published proceedings

  • Res Dev Disabil

altmetric score

  • 1

author list (cited authors)

  • Mason, R. A., Ganz, J. B., Parker, R. I., Burke, M. D., & Camargo, S. P.

citation count

  • 66

complete list of authors

  • Mason, Rose A||Ganz, Jennifer B||Parker, Richard I||Burke, Mack D||Camargo, Siglia P

publication date

  • July 2012