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Journal of autism and developmental disorders

Año 2009. Número 39 (11)

Abnormal Transient Pupillary Light Reflex in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Xiaofei Fan, Judith H. Miles, Nicole Takahashi and Gang Yao pp 1499-1508
The Children's Empathy Quotient and Systemizing Quotient: Sex Differences in Typical Development and in Autism Spectrum Conditions
Bonnie Auyeung, Sally Wheelwright, Carrie Allison, Matthew Atkinson, Nelum Samarawickrema and Simon Baron-Cohen pp 1509-1521
Alteration of Attentional Blink in High Functioning Autism: A Pilot Study
Marion Amirault, Kattalin Etchegoyhen, Sandrine Delord, Sandrine Mendizabal, Caroline Kraushaar, Isabelle Hesling, Michèle Allard, Manuel Bouvard and Willy Mayo pp 1522-1528
Health-Related Quality of Life and Cognitive Functioning from the Perspective of Parents of School-Aged Children with Asperger’s Syndrome Utilizing the PedsQL
Christine A. Limbers, Robert W. Heffer and James W. Varni pp 1529-1541
Association of COMT (Val158Met) and BDNF (Val66Met) Gene Polymorphisms with Anxiety, ADHD and Tics in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Kenneth D. Gadow, Jasmin Roohi, Carla J. DeVincent, Sarah Kirsch and Eli Hatchwell pp 1542-1551
Human Versus Non-Human Face Processing: Evidence from Williams Syndrome
Andreia Santos, Delphine Rosset and Christine Deruelle pp 1552-1559
Qualitative or Quantitative Differences Between Asperger’s Disorder and Autism? Historical Considerations
James Ladell Sanders pp 1560-1567
Quantitative Architectural Analysis: A New Approach to Cortical Mapping
Axel Schleicher, Patricia Morosan, Katrin Amunts and Karl Zilles pp 1568-1581
Brief Report: A Comparison of Indirect Versus Experimental Strategies for the Assessment of Pica
Lauren C. Wasano, John C. Borrero and Carolynn S. Kohn pp 1582-1586
Brief Report: Using Individualized Orienting Cues to Facilitate First-Word Acquisition in Non-Responders with Autism
Robert L. Koegel, Larisa Shirotova and Lynn K. Koegel pp 1587-1592
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