TORONTO - Macroencephaly was not significantly more common in twins with autism spectrum disorders
than in their unaffected co-twins, according to data from 202 twin pairs presented at the meeting.
And increased risk associated with advanced maternal age could be because the changes in genes occurring over time may contribute to autism spectrum disorders
Here they offer a framework to mental health clinicians for the assessment of children with autism spectrum disorders
, addressing measures for specific areas of assessment (social behavior, speech and communication, intellectual functioning, neuropsychological functioning, and co-occurring emotional and behavioral disorders), school-based assessment and target learning strategies, and the subtyping of autism spectrum disorders
, among other topics.
Specifically designed to include assessment tools, illustrative case scenarios, diverse available interventions, and resources, "The Ziggurate Model applies to all autism spectrum disorders
where the persona affected operates at higher functioning levels.
Replays Using Play to Enhance Emotional and Behavioral Development for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
By Karen Levine & Naomi Chedd
Seaside's lead clinical candidate, STX209, is an oral selective gamma-aminobutyric acid-B (GABA-B) receptor agonist and is currently being studied in a Phase 2b study in autism spectrum disorders
and two Phase 3 studies in fragile X syndrome.
com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: EpiCast Report: Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Epidemiology Forecast to 2022 http://www.
Alpern, Mckeon, Maxam, and Mulvey show college faculty how to accommodate students with autism spectrum disorders
Toddlers at risk for autism spectrum disorders
preferred to look at geometric patterns more than social images in a 1-minute experiment, in contrast to developmentally delayed and developmentally typical toddlers, according to a study of 110 children aged 14-42 months.
Autism spectrum disorders
in infants and toddlers; diagnosis, assessment, and treatment.
Written in straightforward terms accessible to lay readers and healthcare professionals alike, The Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders
is enthusiastically recommended for medical institution library, college library, and public library reference shelves, as well as the personal reference collections of anyone living or working with autism spectrum disorder
com/research/8015c0/product_profiles) has announced the addition of the "Product Profiles: Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Underserved Market Eagerly Anticipates Pipeline Trial Data" report to their offering.