Autism Research Weekly Update

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Autism Information for Parents, Practitioners & Professionals…

2014 AUTISM RESEARCH UPDATES Jan 1 to Feb 28, 2014

The key to references is as follows: (A) autism more generally (B), is specifically relevant to behavioral features and interventions, (G) relevant to genetics of autism, (N) neuroscientific basis or correlates of autism, (M) medical issues or (O) other. Some references may be relevant to more than one topic.

Letter-A-dg-iconLetter-B-dg-icon Factors influencing the educational placement of students with autism spectrum disorders

Letter-B-dg-icon Efficacy of the stranger safety abduction-prevention program and parent-conducted in situ training

Letter-A-dg-icon Time Trends Over 16 Years in Incidence-Rates of Autism Spectrum Disorders Across the Lifespan Based on Nationwide Danish Register Data.

Letter-N-lg-iconLetter-M-dg-icon copy Neurobehavioural effects of developmental toxicity.

Letter-B-dg-icon Non-specialist psychosocial interventions for children and adolescents with intellectual disability or lower-functioning autism spectrum disorders:

Letter-N-lg-icon Environmental enrichment and brain repair: Harnessing the therapeutic effects of cognitive stimulation and physical activity to enhance experience-dependent plasticity.

Letter-N-lg-icon Autism as the Early Closure of a Neuroplastic Critical Period Normally Seen in Adolescence.

Letter-B-dg-icon A Randomized Trial Comparison of the Effects of Verbal and Pictorial Naturalistic Communication Strategies on Spoken Language for Young Children with Autism

Letter-N-lg-iconLetter-B-dg-icon Brain and behavioral correlates of action semantic deficits in autism.

Letter-M-dg-icon copyLetter-A-dg-icon Antidepressant exposure in pregnancy and risk of autism spectrum disorders.

Letter-A-dg-icon Asperger’s Disorder will be Back

Letter-B-dg-icon Using effort to measure reward value of faces in children with autism.

Letter-B-dg-icon Letter-A-dg-icon Letter-M-dg-icon copy Compulsivity, impulsivity, and the DSM-5 process.

Letter-B-dg-icon Implementation Challenges in Translating Pivotal Response Training into Community Settings

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