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Journal of autism and developmental disorders

Año 2008. Número 38 (7)

Comparison of Form and Motion Coherence Processing in Autistic Spectrum Disorders and Dyslexia
Stella Tsermentseli; Justin M. OBrien and Janine V. Spencer pp 1201-1210

Friendship in High-functioning Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Mixed and Non-mixed Dyads
Nirit Bauminger; Marjorie Solomon; Anat Aviezer; Kelly Heung; John Brown and Sally J. Rogers pp 1211-1229

The Autism Spectrum Quotient: Childrens Version (AQ-Child)
Bonnie Auyeung; Simon Baron-Cohen; Sally Wheelwright and Carrie Allison pp 1230-1240
Autistic Traits and Cognitive Performance in Young People with Mild Intellectual Impairment
Jonathan M. Harris; Catherine S. Best; Vivien J. Moffat; Michael D. Spencer; Ruth C. M. Philip; Michael J. Power and Eve C. Johnstone pp 1241-1249
Facial Feedback Mechanisms in Autistic Spectrum Disorders
Marielle Stel; Claudia van den Heuvel and Raymond C. Smeets pp 1250-1258

Recognition and Language in Low Functioning Autism
Jill Boucher;Sally Bigham; Andrew Mayes and Tom Muskett pp 1259-1269
A Psychophysical Test of the Visual Pathway of Children with Autism
Francisco J. Sanchez-Marin and Jose A. Padilla-Medina pp 1270-1277
Parenting Stress in Mothers and Fathers of Toddlers with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Associations with Child Characteristics
Naomi Ornstein Davis and Alice S. Carter pp 1278-1291
Objectively Measured Physical Activity Between Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders and Children Without Disabilities During Inclusive Recess Settings in Taiwan
Chien-Yu Pan pp 1292-1301

Oppositional Defiant Disorder as a Clinical Phenotype in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Kenneth D. Gadow; Carla J. DeVincent and Deborah A. G. Drabick
Development of the Evaluative Method for Evaluating and Determining Evidence-Based Practices in Autism
Brian Reichow; Fred R. Volkmar and Domenic V. Cicchetti pp 1311-1319
Adult Attitudes Toward Behaviors of a Six-year-old Boy with Autism
Patrick Chambres; Catherine Auxiette; Carole Vansingle and Sandrine Gil pp 1320-1327

The Relationship between Form and Function Level Receptive Prosodic Abilities in Autism
Anna Järvinen-Pasley; Susan Peppé; Gavin King-Smith and Pamela Heaton pp 1328-1340

The Motivation of Stereotypic and Repetitive Behavior: Examination of Construct Validity of the Motivation Assessment Scale
Annette V. Joosten and Anita C. Bundy pp 1341-1348

Audiovisual Processing in Children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorders
Elizabeth A. Mongillo; Julia R. Irwin; D. H. Whalen; Cheryl Klaiman; Alice S. Carter and Robert T. Schultz pp 1349-1358

Supporting More Able Students on the Autism Spectrum: College and Beyond
Ernst VanBergeijk; Ami Klin and Fred Volkmar pp 1359-1370

Scan Path Differences and Similarities During Emotion Perception in those With and Without Autism Spectrum Disorders
M. D. Rutherford and Ashley M. Towns pp 1371-1381
Size Sequencing as a Window on Executive Control in Children with Autism and Asperges Syndrome
Margaret McGonigle-Chalmers; Kimberly Bodner; Alicia Fox-Pitt and Laura Nicholson pp 1382-1390
Brief Report: Judging Pain Intensity in Children with Autism Undergoing Venepuncture: The Influence of Facial Activity
Rosemary L. Messmer; Rami Nader and Kenneth D. Craig pp 1391-1394
Brief Report: Enhanced Picture Naming in Autism
Matthew Walenski; Stewart H. Mostofsky; Jennifer C. Gidley-Larson and Michael T. Ullman pp 1395-1399
Pharmacological Probing of Type 1 Autism
Hari Manev and Radmila Manev pp 1400-1401
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