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The Autism Tissue Program (ATP), a science program of Autism Speaks, provides researchers with access to well‐characterized postmortem brain tissues. Researchers access these tissues through a peer‐reviewed, project‐based approval process, and obtain related clinical information from a secure,...
It is now widely accepted that individuals with autism have a Theory of Mind (ToM) or mentalizing deficit. This has traditionally been assessed with false‐belief tasks and, more recently, with silent geometric animations, an on‐line ToM task. In adults with milder forms of autism standard...
This study examined the relationship between the broader autism phenotype (BAP) and depressed mood in mothers of children with and without autism spectrum disorders (ASD). One hundred and sixty‐five mothers (71 with an ASD child and 94 with a non‐ASD child) completed a survey of child autism...
Background: Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) can be conceptualized as disorders of learning, however there have been few experimental studies taking this perspective. Methods: We examined the probabilistic reinforcement learning performance of 28 adults with ASDs and 30 typically developing...
Researchers have recently hypothesized that autism spectrum disorders (ASD) may be partly characterized by physiological over‐arousal. One way to assess physiological arousal is through autonomic measures. Here heart period (HP) and parasympathetic activity measured by respiratory sinus...
People with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) process visual information in a manner that is distinct from typically developing individuals. They may be less sensitive to people's goals and, more generally, focus on visual details instead of the entire scene. To examine these differences, people...
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