Posts Tagged
‘Study’

January 22, 2022

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Tags: Autism, Beauty, cited, paper, plant, Spectrum, Study

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Categories: autism

Citation inflation: Autism studies, among others, appear in the reference lists of unrelated articles, possibly in an attempt to artificially improve authors’ metrics. Half Dark/Getty Images One contribution deals with the aesthetic beauty of plant landscapes. Another reviews the use of anesthetics in cancer patients. A third aims to optimize the efficient operation of buses […]

January 7, 2022

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Tags: Autism, baby, Engagement, Infants, lack, point, Study, suggests, Talk

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Categories: autism

No matter what language they speak or what their background is, parents around the world tend to speak to their babies in the same way: with high-pitched, sing-song-style language called “baby talk” or “mom.” They tend to also to change certain words “cute”, such as “horse” for horse or “puppy” for dog. Not only is […]

January 5, 2022

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Tags: Autism, discuss, drive, patients, Pediatric, Providers, Shows, Study

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Categories: autism

Because autism is such a broad spectrum, it encompasses both people who enjoy driving and are good at it, as well as those who will never be able to drive due to the way their symptoms manifest themselves. And of course, in the middle of that spectrum, there are also large numbers of people who, […]

December 31, 2021

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Tags: Autism, data, Errors, pulled, sleep, Spectrum, Study

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Categories: autism

Data breach: Upon release, researchers discovered flaws that undermined their conclusions about autism, sleep, and vitamin A. Emilija Manevska / Getty Images A study linking low vitamin A levels to sleep disorders in autistic children was withdrawn this month after the authors discovered “fundamental errors” in their data. The study, published July 3 in BMC […]

December 29, 2021

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Tags: Autism, Cats, Claims, Homes, kids, Stressed, Study

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Categories: autism

It is known that pets can benefit families with children with autism, but is the relationship mutually beneficial for the pet? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 54 children will be diagnosed with autism before the age of 8. An estimated 25.4% of households that own a cat are exposed […]

December 1, 2021

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Tags: ASD, Engagement, Increase, kids, learning, Puppets, Shows, Study

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Categories: autism

Dolls are great fun for many children, but new study shows that they can be especially effective for children with the autism spectrum who have difficulty engaging in their school lessons and who have difficulty learning like their classroom peers . The study, conducted by researchers at the Yale Child Study Center and published in […]

October 28, 2021

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Tags: education, Independent, reach, special, Students, Study

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Categories: Special needs education

October 28, 2021 Some students cannot attend classroom school because they are at high risk of Covid-19. For example, nine-year-old Liam in Long Beach has chronic lung disease. But Liam’s school district told his family that he could not enroll for independent study either because he had special needs that could not be addressed. So […]

October 20, 2021

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Tags: Autism, delayed, Diagnosis, Early, finds, lead, Missed, Study, visits, WellChild

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Categories: autism

Early diagnosis of autism is key to ensuring a good quality of life for a child on the spectrum. Research shows that there are cognitive, communicative, and behavioral benefits to having a child diagnosed at a young age and being able to use interventions. However, a new study notes that if you want to make […]

September 28, 2021

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Tags: Barriers, Care, Face, finds, Health, multiple, Study, Transgender, youth

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Categories: Parenting

Piper, a 17-year-old transgender girl, says she knows she is lucky. She lives just outside of Atlanta with a supportive family and two rescued leopard geckos, Saturn and Juno. Queer Med, a private gender clinic, is just a short drive away. Two years ago, after a five-month inquiry, she began therapy with gender-affirming hormones – […]

September 18, 2021

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Tags: Autism, Clinical, COVID, effects, Pilot, Presentation, prevalence, side, Study, Vaccine

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Categories: autism

A pilot study of Covid and autism: prevalence, clinical presentation and side effects of the vaccine abstract Background: Several neurobiological mechanisms have been proposed to support the hypothesis of a higher risk of COVID-19 in people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). However, no real data are available on this population. Methods: We compared the period […]

September 5, 2021

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Tags: Autistic, Community, consultants, Dont, Newsletter, replicate, results, Spectrum, Study

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Categories: autism

Illustration by Laurène Boglio Hello and welcome to this week’s community newsletter! I am your host, Chelsey B. Coombs, the engagement editor of Spectrum. You don’t often see a researcher promoting results that go back to their original research. But Victoria Southgate, a psychology professor at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark, did just that […]

September 4, 2021

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Tags: Autism, Concern, data, earns, Expression, Spectrum, Study, unavailable

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Categories: autism

PLOS Data: According to the guidelines of the PLOS journals, researchers must make all data necessary to replicate their study results publicly available upon publication. Last month, PLOS ONE magazine added an editorial “word of concern” to a study of brain imaging of autism published seven years ago after a dispute over access to the […]