The purpose of the study was to descriptively examine the demographic, methodological and outcome measures of the studies using different interventions to teach social response behaviors including understanding and expressing emotions, verbal expression, facial expression, gesture and intonation to the individuals with ASD during over twenty years. We scanned a whole literature from overall online databases of a university using multiple key words and identified total 114 studies. The studies were examined for the inclusion criteria as follows: (a) publication between January 2000 and May 2020, (b) publication in a Turkish and/or English peer-reviewed journal, (c) including at least one participant with autism, (d) employing a qualitatively or quantitatively research design, (e) targeting at least one of social response behaviors including verbal expression, facial expression, gesture and intonation. After that 36 studies were included in this review study. As a result of the study it is note worthy that technology-based interventions were used for teaching all social response behaviors mostly and effectively in the current studies to the individuals with ASD who differ in age. The findings were discussed and future research was recommended.