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Journal of autism and developmental disorders


Año 2010. Número 40 (1)

The Relationship Between Systemising and Mental Rotation and the Implications for the Extreme Male Brain Theory of Autism
Mark Brosnan, Rajiv Daggar y John Collomosse
Evaluating the Use of Exploratory Factor Analysis in Developmental Disability Psychological Research
Megan Norris y Luc Lecavalier
Increased White Matter Gyral Depth in Dyslexia: Implications for Corticocortical Connectivity
Manuel F. Casanova, Ayman S. El-Baz, Jay Giedd, Judith M. Rumsey y Andrew E. Switala
Impaired Competence for Pretense in Children with Autism: Exploring Potential Cognitive Predictors
Sally Bigham
Unimpaired Perception of Social and Physical Causality, but Impaired Perception of Animacy in High Functioning Children with Autism
Sara Congiu, Anne Schlottmann y Elizabeth Ray
Clinical Characteristics Associated with Language Regression for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Lauren A. Jones y Jonathan M. Campbell
Bullying Among Adolescents With Autism Spectrum Disorders: Prevalence and Perception
Eeske van Roekel, Ron H. J. Scholte y Robert Didden
ABA Versus TEACCH: The Case for Defining and Validating Comprehensive Treatment Models in Autism
Kevin Callahan, Smita Shukla-Mehta, Sandy Magee y Min Wie
Resolution of the Diagnosis Among Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Associations with Child and Parent Characteristics
Shahaf Milshtein, Nurit Yirmiya, David Oppenheim, Nina Koren-Karie y Shlomit Levi
Responses to Nonverbal Behaviour of Dynamic Virtual Characters in High-Functioning Autism
Caroline Schwartz, Gary Bente, Astrid Gawronski, Leonhard Schilbach y Kai Vogeley
Sensory Processing Subtypes in Autism: Association with Adaptive Behavior
Alison E. Lane, Robyn L. Young, Amy E. Z. Baker y Manya T. Angley
Brief Report: Perception and Lateralization of Spoken Emotion by Youths with High-Functioning Forms of Autism
Kimberly F. Baker, Allen A. Montgomery y Ruth Abramson
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