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1.The dependent variable of this study was to increase physical activity skills in people with ASD. This was defined by the percentage of steps of each exercise performed correctly (Bassette, Kulwicki, Dieringer, Zoder-Martell & Heneisen, 2018). The components were described in the section labeled “Design, Variables,and Data Collection.” Also in the beginning of the article, the researchers explain the benefits of physical activity and that people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) lack those skills to perform physical activity individually.Bassette, L., Kulwicki, J., Dieringer, S. T., Zoder-Martell, K. A., & Heneisen, R. (2018). The Use of a Multicomponent Behavioral Intervention to Promote Physical Activity in Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders across Inclusive Community Settings.Behavior Analysis in Practice,11(4), 358-369. doi:10.1007/s40617-018-00285-72.Independent variables: The independent variable of this study is the multicomponent treatment package (Bassette, Kulwicki, Dieringer, Zoder-Martell & Heneisen, 2018). The multicomponent treatment package includes: system of