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November 20, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Autisms, Black, CBT, diagnostic, effective, mildly, Neuroscience, Numbers, odyssey, speakers, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Illustration by Laurène Boglio Welcome to this month’s edition of the By the Numbers newsletter. At Spectrum, we do our best to summarize the latest in autism research. Sometimes the best summary is a chart or map. In this newsletter we put interesting new research results in a nutshell, which are conveyed most concisely through […]

November 16, 2021

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Tags: Anxious, Autistic, behavioral, children, Cognitive, effective, mildly, Spectrum, Therapy

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Categories: autism

New Africa / Adobe Stock According to a meta-analysis of 19 randomized clinical trials, children with autism tend to find cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) less effective than their parents and clinicians in managing their anxiety. The result, which is based on data from 833 autistic children up to the age of 18, gives cause for […]

During this time she earned a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership along with a Superintendent Authorization Letter from Shippensburg University. She also took part in a doctoral degree at Widener University. The board is very proud of all the hard work that has been done under Spielbauer’s leadership over the past four years, said Bussard. […]

Data collection A data set was formed through structured classroom observations in 20 full-day sessions over 5 months in 2019 at a special school with criteria of ASC for admission in East London. Participants included three teachers (one male, two females), their teaching assistants (all females), and seven children (four males, three females) aged from […]