Consortium national d’expertise en inclusion sociale

Répertoire général

Le répertoire général recense des articles scientifiques, notamment dans les champs de la déficience ou des incapacités intellectuelles ou encore dans le domaine du trouble du spectre de l’autisme. Il contient plus de 40 000 références bibliographiques, pour la période de 2009 à 2019. Les mots-clés s’inspirent de regroupements thématiques élaborés à la suite d’une analyse de tous les thèmes abordés par les articles recensés.

Cette banque de données est mise à jour au premier septembre de chaque année.


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Habitudes de vie
Y. Zhou, H. Yin, M. Wang and J. Wang
The effect of family-focused psychoeducational therapy for autism spectrum disorder children's parents on parenting self-efficacy and emotion
  • RésuméThe purpose of this pilot study was to design, implement, and evaluate the family-focused psychoeducational therapy (FFPT) for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) family. In Phase I, 64 parents of ASD children (ASD-group) and 63 parents of typically developmen
  • SourceArch Psychiatr Nurs 33(1), 17–22
  • ISBN/ISSN1532-8228 (Electronic); 0883-9417 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAdult; Autism Spectrum Disorder/*psychology; Child; Cross-Sectional Studies; *Emotions; Family Therapy/*education; Female; Humans; Male; Parenting/*psychology; Pilot Projects; *Self Efficacy; Stress, Psychological/psychology; Surveys and Questionnaires
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V. Zhou, J. A. Munson, J. Greenson, Y. Hou, S. Rogers and A. M. Estes
An exploratory longitudinal study of social and language outcomes in children with autism in bilingual home environments
  • RésuméLittle is known about outcomes of early intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder reared in bilingual homes. There are concerns that social communication deficits among children with autism spectrum disorder may reduce the developmental bene
  • SourceAutism 23(2), 394–404
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésEarly Start Denver Model; autism; bilingualism; early intervention; home language environment; language exposure
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Y. Zhao, Q. Pan and C. Du
Logistic regression augmented community detection for network data with application in identifying autism-related gene pathways
  • RésuméWhen searching for gene pathways leading to specific disease outcomes, additional information on gene characteristics is often available that may facilitate to differentiate genes related to the disease from irrelevant background when connections involvin
  • SourceBiometrics 75(1), 222–234
  • ISBN/ISSN1541-0420 (Electronic); 0006-341X (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism spectral disease; Covariates augmented community detection; Expectation-maximization algorithm; Gene clustering; Logistic regression; Pseudo-likelihood
  • Classé dansNeurologie et génétique
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J. Zhang, Y. Meng, J. He, Y. Xiang, C. Wu, S. Wang and Z. Yuan
McGurk Effect by Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Typically Developing Controls: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
  • RésuméBy synthesizing existing behavioural studies through a meta-analytic approach, the current study compared the performances of Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and typically developing groups in audiovisual speech integration and investigated potential moder
  • SourceJ Autism Dev Disord 49(1), 34–43
  • ISBN/ISSN1573-3432 (Electronic); 0162-3257 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism Spectrum Disorder/*psychology; Case-Control Studies; Humans; *Speech Perception
  • Classé dansRevue de littérature
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S. M. Zeedyk, Y. Bolourian and J. Blacher
University life with ASD: Faculty knowledge and student needs
  • RésuméIncreasingly, young adults with autism spectrum disorder are attending 4-year universities. The transition to adulthood can be challenging for these students, and university life poses its own set of demands. The present article takes a mixed-methods appr
  • SourceAutism 23(3), 726–736
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésadulthood; autism spectrum disorder; college; mixed-methodology; postsecondary; university faculty
  • Classé dansAdulteArticle empirique
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G. Zantinge, S. van Rijn, L. Stockmann and H. Swaab
Concordance between physiological arousal and emotion expression during fear in young children with autism spectrum disorders
  • RésuméThis study aimed to measure emotional expression and physiological arousal in response to fear in 21 children with autism spectrum disorders (43-75 months) and 45 typically developing children (41-81 months). Expressions of facial and bodily fear and hear
  • SourceAutism 23(3), 629–638
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésarousal; autism; concordance; expression; fear
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H. Zainal and I. Magiati
A Comparison Between Caregiver-Reported Anxiety and Other Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties in Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders Attending Specialist or Mainstream Schools
  • RésuméIncreasing numbers of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are attending mainstream schools. Nonetheless, concerns about their emotional well-being and mental health in these settings have also been raised. This study sought to compare caregiver-r
  • SourceJ Autism Dev Disord 49(7), 2653–2663
  • ISBN/ISSN1573-3432 (Electronic); 0162-3257 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAdolescent; Adult; Anxiety/*epidemiology/psychology; Autism Spectrum Disorder/epidemiology/*psychology; Caregivers/*psychology; Child; Education, Special/statistics & numerical data; Emotions; Female; Humans; Mainstreaming (Education)/*statistics & numeri
  • Classé dansRevue de littérature
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S. D. Wright, C. A. Wright, V. D'Astous and A. M. Wadsworth
Autism aging
  • RésuméMany people perceive autism spectrum disorder (ASD) as a childhood disorder, yet ASD is a lifelong condition. Although little is known about the mental and physical health issues of aging individuals with ASD, there are increasing numbers of older adults
  • SourceGerontol Geriatr Educ 40(3), 322–338
  • ISBN/ISSN1545-3847 (Electronic); 0270-1960 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism; aging; education
  • Classé dansAdultePersonne âgéeRevue de littérature
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C. T. Wong, I. Bestard-Lorigados and D. A. Crawford
Autism-related behaviors in the cyclooxygenase-2-deficient mouse model
  • RésuméProstaglandin E2 (PGE2) is an endogenous lipid molecule involved in normal brain development. Cyclooxygenase-2 (COX2) is the main regulator of PGE2 synthesis. Emerging clinical and molecular research provides compelling evidence that abnormal COX2/PGE2 si
  • SourceGenes Brain Behav 18(1), e12506
  • ISBN/ISSN1601-183X (Electronic); 1601-183X (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAnimals; Autistic Disorder/*genetics/physiopathology; *Behavior, Animal; Cyclooxygenase 2/deficiency/*genetics; Dinoprostone/metabolism; Disease Models, Animal; Female; Lactoylglutathione Lyase/genetics/metabolism; Male; Matrix Metalloproteinase 9/genetic
  • Classé dansArticle empirique
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J. M. Wise, S. L. Cepeda, D. L. Ordaz, N. M. McBride, M. A. Cavitt, F. R. Howie, L. Scalli, J. Ehrenreich-May, J. J. Wood, A. B. Lewin and E. A. Storch
Open Trial of Modular Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in the Treatment of Anxiety Among Late Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • RésuméGiven the high rates of comorbid anxiety and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the adolescent and young adult population, effective treatment protocols to address anxiety symptoms are of importance to help promote greater independence across settings. Whi
  • SourceChild Psychiatry Hum Dev 50(1), 27–34
  • ISBN/ISSN1573-3327 (Electronic); 0009-398X (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAdolescent; *Anxiety/diagnosis/etiology/therapy; *Anxiety Disorders/epidemiology/psychology/therapy; *Autism Spectrum Disorder/epidemiology/psychology/therapy; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy/*methods; Comorbidity; Depression/diagnosis/etiology/therapy; Fema
  • Classé dansCeux qui ont un Age groupAdulteArticle empiriqueFonctions cognitives
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C. E. Wilson and D. Saldana
No evidence of atypical attentional disengagement in autism: A study across the spectrum
  • RésuméThe ability to disengage attention and reengage elsewhere has been proposed as a fundamental deficit in the autism spectrum, potentially disrupting development of higher cognitive domains. Eye-movements were recorded while 16 autism spectrum children of m
  • SourceAutism 23(3), 677–688
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésattention; autism spectrum; autism spectrum disorders; disengaging; minimally verbal autism spectrum disorder; sensory behaviors
  • Classé dansArticle empiriqueFonctions cognitives
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S. M. Williams, J. Y. An, J. Edson, M. Watts, V. Murigneux, A. J. O. Whitehouse, C. J. Jackson, M. A. Bellgrove, A. S. Cristino and C. Claudianos
An integrative analysis of non-coding regulatory DNA variations associated with autism spectrum disorder
  • RésuméA number of genetic studies have identified rare protein-coding DNA variations associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), a neurodevelopmental disorder with significant genetic etiology and heterogeneity. In contrast, the contributions of functional,
  • SourceMol Psychiatry 24(11), 1707–1719
  • ISBN/ISSN1476-5578 (Electronic); 1359-4184 (Linking)
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E. I. Williams, K. Gleeson and B. E. Jones
How pupils on the autism spectrum make sense of themselves in the context of their experiences in a mainstream school setting: A qualitative metasynthesis
  • RésuméEvidence that interpersonal interactions and self-appraisal in social context are crucial in developing self-understanding raises concerns about how pupils with autism spectrum disorder make sense of themselves in school settings where many experience soc
  • SourceAutism 23(1), 8–28
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésadolescents; autism spectrum disorder; lived experience; metasummary; metasynthesis; qualitative research; school-aged children; self-understanding
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S. Wigham, J. Rodgers, T. Berney, A. Le Couteur, B. Ingham and J. R. Parr
Psychometric properties of questionnaires and diagnostic measures for autism spectrum disorders in adults: A systematic review
  • RésuméAccurately diagnosing autism spectrum disorders in adulthood can be challenging. Structured questionnaires and diagnostic measures are frequently used to assist case recognition and diagnosis. This study reviewed research evidence on structured questionna
  • SourceAutism 23(2), 287–305
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésautism spectrum disorders,diagnosis,review,screening
  • Classé dansAdulteArticle empiriqueRevue de littératureDiagnostic et symptômesÉvaluation de programmes et tests statistiques
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R. C. White and A. Remington
Object personification in autism: This paper will be very sad if you don't read it
  • RésuméObject personification is the attribution of human characteristics to non-human agents. In online forums, autistic individuals commonly report experiencing this phenomenon. Given that approximately half of all autistic individuals experience difficulties
  • SourceAutism 23(4), 1042–1045
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésanthropomorphism; autism spectrum disorders; cognition (attention, learning, memory); perception; personification
  • Classé dansArticle empirique
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D. White, A. Hillier, A. Frye and E. Makrez
College Students’ Knowledge and Attitudes Towards Students on the Autism Spectrum
  • RésuméYoung adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are attending university in increasing numbers. The importance of acceptance from peers and integration into the university have been recognized as key factors for success. We examined university students'
  • SourceJ Autism Dev Disord 49(7), 2699–2705
  • ISBN/ISSN1573-3432 (Electronic); 0162-3257 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism Spectrum Disorder/*psychology; Female; *Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice; Humans; Male; Peer Group; Students/*psychology; Universities; Young Adult
  • Classé dansAdulteRevue de littérature
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K. L. West, N. B. Leezenbaum, J. B. Northrup and J. M. Iverson
The Relation Between Walking and Language in Infant Siblings of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • RésuméIn typical development, walk onset is accompanied by increased language growth (e.g., Walle & Campos, 2014). The present study explored whether this relation may be disrupted in the infant siblings of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD; heightene
  • SourceChild Dev 90(3), e356–e372
  • ISBN/ISSN1467-8624 (Electronic); 0009-3920 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésNo terms assigned
  • Classé dansEnfance et adolescenceLangage et communication
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P. L. Weng and E. C. Bouck
Comparing the effectiveness of two app-based number lines to teach price comparison to students with autism spectrum disorders
  • RésuméPURPOSE: A number line consisting of Arabic numerals is a commonly used instructional tool for teaching price comparison. However, typical number lines lack concrete visual cues, which may benefit students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) who have not
  • SourceDisabil Rehabil Assist Technol 14(3), 281–291
  • ISBN/ISSN1748-3115 (Electronic); 1748-3107 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAdolescent; Autism Spectrum Disorder/*rehabilitation; Child; Female; Humans; Male; *Mathematics; *Mobile Applications; Students/*psychology; *Teaching Materials
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C. Welch, H. Polatajko, P. Rigby and M. Fitch
Autism inside out: lessons from the memoirs of three minimally verbal youths
  • RésuméBackground: To date, research exploring experiences and perspectives of people who have severe autism and are minimally verbal, has been sparse. Objectives: To build new understanding based on insider perspectives of people who have severe autism and are
  • SourceDisabil Rehabil 41(19), 2308–2316
  • ISBN/ISSN1464-5165 (Electronic); 0963-8288 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésMinimally verbal; embodiment; insider perspective; movement control; severe autism
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H. A. Wayment, R. Al-Kire and K. Brookshire
Challenged and changed: Quiet ego and posttraumatic growth in mothers raising children with autism spectrum disorder
  • RésuméPosttraumatic growth theory posits that when life circumstances are perceived as stressful, secondary appraisal processes can be recruited in ways to facilitate both coping efforts and personal growth. Using a mixed-methods approach, we found mothers' mos
  • SourceAutism 23(3), 607–618
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésautism spectrum disorders; posttraumatic growth; quiet ego; social support
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Y. Wang, Y. Xiao, Y. Li, K. Chu, M. Feng, C. Li, N. Qiu, J. Weng and X. Ke
Exploring the relationship between fairness and 'brain types’ in children with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder
  • RésuméBACKGROUND: Existing research typically focuses on only one domain of cognition with regard to fairness-theory of mind or executive function. However, children with High-functioning autism spectrum disorder (HF-ASD) are cognitively impaired in both domain
  • SourceProg Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry 88, 151–158
  • ISBN/ISSN1878-4216 (Electronic); 0278-5846 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAdolescent; Autism Spectrum Disorder/*pathology/*psychology; Brain/*pathology; Child; Decision Making/*physiology; Empathy; Female; Games, Experimental; Humans; Linear Models; Male; Personality/*physiology; Statistics, Nonparametric; Surveys and Questionn
  • Classé dansEnfance et adolescenceArticle empirique
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M. W. Wan, J. Green and J. Scott
A systematic review of parent-infant interaction in infants at risk of autism
  • RésuméSocial communicative precursors to autism spectrum disorder may influence how infants who are later diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder interact with their social partners and the responses they receive, thus bidirectionally influencing early social e
  • SourceAutism 23(4), 811–820
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésautistic spectrum disorders; developmental outcomes; high risk studies; parent–child interaction; parent–child relations
  • Classé dansRevue de littératureFamille
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G. Wan, X. Kong, B. Sun, S. Yu, Y. Tu, J. Park, C. Lang, M. Koh, Z. Wei, Z. Feng, Y. Lin and J. Kong
Applying Eye Tracking to Identify Autism Spectrum Disorder in Children
  • RésuméEye tracking (ET) holds potential for the early detection of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). To overcome the difficulties of working with young children, developing a short and informative paradigm is crucial for ET. We investigated the fixation times of
  • SourceJ Autism Dev Disord 49(1), 209–215
  • ISBN/ISSN1573-3432 (Electronic); 0162-3257 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism Spectrum Disorder/*diagnosis/physiopathology/*psychology; Child; Child, Preschool; Eye Movement Measurements/*psychology; Eye Movements/physiology; Female; Fixation, Ocular/*physiology; Humans; Male; Photic Stimulation/*methods; Proof of Concept St
  • Classé dansEnfance et adolescence
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L. E. Wachtel
The multiple faces of catatonia in autism spectrum disorders: descriptive clinical experience of 22 patients over 12 years
  • RésuméA retrospective review was conducted from the inpatient and outpatient records of twenty-two autistic youth presenting to a neurobehavioral service over a twelve-year period for combined psychiatric and behavioral pathology who also met DSM5 criteria for
  • SourceEur Child Adolesc Psychiatry 28(4), 471–480
  • ISBN/ISSN1435-165X (Electronic); 1018-8827 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAdolescent; Adult; Autism Spectrum Disorder/*diagnosis/*psychology/therapy; Behavior Therapy/methods; Catatonia/*diagnosis/*psychology/therapy; Child; Cohort Studies; Female; Humans; Male; Mutism/diagnosis/psychology/therapy; Psychotropic Drugs/therapeuti
  • Classé dansArticle empirique
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V. M. Vogan, B. R. Morgan, M. L. Smith and M. J. Taylor
Functional changes during visuo-spatial working memory in autism spectrum disorder: 2-year longitudinal functional magnetic resonance imaging study
  • RésuméThis study examined functional changes longitudinally over 2 years in neural correlates associated with working memory in youth with and without autism spectrum disorder, and the impact of increasing cognitive load. We used functional magnetic resonance i
  • SourceAutism 23(3), 639–652
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésadolescents; autism spectrum disorders; cognitive load; functional magnetic resonance imaging; longitudinal; school-age children; working memory
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