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Journal of autism and developmental disorders

Año 2004. Número 34 (1)

Methodological Issues in Group-Matching Designs: Levels for Control Variable Comparisons and Measurement Characteristics of Control and Target Variables
Carolyn B. Mervis, Bonita P. Klein-Tasman pp 7-17
Matching Strategies in Cognitive Research with Individuals with High-Functioning Autism: Current Practices, Instrument Biases, and Recommendations
Laurent Mottron pp 19-27
Studying Interactions, Reactions, and Perceptions: Can Genetic Disorders Serve as Behavioral Proxies?
Robert M. Hodapp pp 29-34
Matching Procedures in Autism Research: Evidence from Meta-Analytic Studies
Michal Shaked, Nurit Yirmiya pp 35-40
Comparison Groups in Autism Family Research: Down Syndrome, Fragile X Syndrome, and Schizophrenia
Marsha Mailick Seltzer, Leonard Abbeduto, Marty Wyngaarden Krauss, Jan Greenberg, April Swe pp 41-48
Conducting Genetic Epidemiology Studies of Autism Spectrum Disorders: Issues in Matching
Peter Szatmari, Lonnie Zwaigenbaum, Susan Bryson pp 49-57
Matching Preschool Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Comparison Children for Language Ability: Methodological Challenges
Tony Charman pp 59-64
On Mosaics and Melting Pots: Conceptual Considerations of Comparison and Matching Strategies
Jacob A. Burack, Grace Iarocci, Tara D. Flanagan, Dermot M. Bowler pp 65-73
Strategies for Conducting Research on Language in Autism
Helen Tager-Flusberg pp 75-80
To Match or Not to Match? Methodological Issues in Autism-Related Research
Christopher Jarrold, Jon Brock pp 81-86
Commentary: Further Commentary on the Debate Regarding Increase in Autism in California
Rita S. Eagle pp 87-88
A Comment on Honomichl R. D. et al. (2002). Sleep patterns of children with pervasive developmental disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 32(6), 553-561
Amanda L. Richdale pp 89-90
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