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Journal of autism and developmental disorders

Año 2005. Número 35 (4)

Functional Characteristics of Disruptive Behavior in Developmentally Disabled Children with and without Autism
R. Matthew Reese, David M. Richman, John M. Belmont, Paige Morse pp 419-428
How do Individuals with Asperger Syndrome Respond to Nonliteral Language and Inappropriate Requests in Computer-mediated Communication?
Gnanathusharan Rajendran, Peter Mitchell, Hugh Rickards pp 429-443
Examining the Relationship between Executive Functions and Restricted, Repetitive Symptoms of Autistic Disorder
Brian R. Lopez, Alan J. Lincoln, Sally Ozonoff, Zona Lai pp 445-460
Autism Spectrum Disorders and Symptoms in Children with Molecularly Confirmed 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome
Sarah E. Fine, Alison Weissman, Marsha Gerdes, Jennifer Pinto-Martin, Elaine H. Zackai, Donna M. McDonald-McGinn, Beverly S. Emanuel pp 461-470
Timing of Prenatal Stressors and Autism
D. Q. Beversdorf, S. E. Manning, A. Hillier, S. L. Anderson, R. E. Nordgren, S. E. Walters, H. N. Nagaraja, W. C. Cooley, S. E. Gaelic, M. L. Bauman pp 471-478
Planum Temporale Volume in Children and Adolescents with Autism
Donald C. Rojas, Suzanne L. Camou, Martin L. Reite, Sally J. Rogers pp 479-486
Mind and Body: Concepts of Human Cognition, Physiology and False Belief in Children with Autism or Typical Development
Candida C. Peterson pp 487-497
The PDD-MRS: An Instrument for Identification of Autism Spectrum Disorders in Persons with Mental Retardation
Dirk Kraijer and Annelies de Bildt pp 499-513
The Treatment of the Behavioral Sequelae of Autism with Dextromethorphan: A Case Report
Cooper Woodard, June Groden, Matthew Goodwin, Cori Shanower, Joanne Bianco pp 515-518
Brief Report: The Relationship between Discourse Deficits and Autism Symptomatology
Courtney M. Hale and Helen Tager-Flusberg pp 519-524
Brief Report: Pervasive Developmental Disorder Can Evolve into ADHD: Case Illustrations
Deborah Fein, Pamela Dixon, Jennifer Paul, Harriet Levin pp 525-534
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