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.

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M. Pathak, A. Bennett and A. M. Shui
Correlates of adaptive behavior profiles in a large cohort of children with autism: The autism speaks Autism Treatment Network registry data
  • RésuméChildren with autism spectrum disorder have deficits in adaptive functioning. This study examines the adaptive behavior, its association with cognitive ability, gender, age, and symptom severity in children with autism spectrum disorder. Using data from A
  • SourceAutism 23(1), 87–99
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésadaptive behavior; age; autism spectrum disorder; cognitive ability; gender; intellectual functioning; sex differences
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A. Paquet, B. Olliac, B. Golse and L. Vaivre-Douret
Nature of motor impairments in autism spectrum disorder: A comparison with developmental coordination disorder
  • RésuméINTRODUCTION: Several authors have suggested the existence of motor disorders associated with developmental coordination disorder (DCD) in individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). However, there are few comparative studies of psychomotor profiles
  • SourceJ Clin Exp Neuropsychol 41(1), 1–14
  • ISBN/ISSN1744-411X (Electronic); 1380-3395 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism spectrum disorder; developmental coordination disorder; motor impairments; neurological soft signs; psychomotor profile
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N. Papadopoulos, E. Sciberras, H. Hiscock, M. Mulraney, J. McGillivray and N. Rinehart
The Efficacy of a Brief Behavioral Sleep Intervention in School-Aged Children With ADHD and Comorbid Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • RésuméOBJECTIVE: Sleep problems are common in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and ADHD and impact adversely on child and parent well-being. The study evaluated the efficacy of a brief behavioral sleep intervention in children with comorbid ADHD-AS
  • SourceJ Atten Disord 23(4), 341–350
  • ISBN/ISSN1557-1246 (Electronic); 1087-0547 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésADHD; autism spectrum disorders; behavioral sleep intervention; mental health; randomized controlled trial
  • Classé dansEnfance et adolescenceArticle empiriqueRevue de littératureSanté physique
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M. Panagiotidi, P. G. Overton and T. Stafford
Co-Occurrence of ASD and ADHD Traits in an Adult Population
  • RésuméObjective: ADHD and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can be viewed as the extreme end of traits found in the general population. Clinical and genetic studies suggest that ADHD and ASD often co-occur and share genetic susceptibility. The aim of this study wa
  • SourceJ Atten Disord 23(12), 1407–1415
  • ISBN/ISSN1557-1246 (Electronic); 1087-0547 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésADHD; adult ADHD; autism spectrum disorders (ASDs); comorbidity
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S. Palmieri, M. F. Bedeschi, E. Cairoli, V. Morelli, M. E. Lunati, A. Scillitani, V. Carnevale, F. Lalatta, A. M. Barbieri, E. Orsi, A. Spada, I. Chiodini and C. Eller-Vainicher
Bone involvement and mineral metabolism in Williams’ syndrome
  • RésuméCONTEXT: The previous studies suggested a possible increased risk of hypercalcaemia and reduced bone mineral density (BMD) in Williams' syndrome (WS). However, an extensive study regarding bone metabolism has never been performed. OBJECTIVE: To investigat
  • SourceJ Endocrinol Invest 42(3), 337–344
  • ISBN/ISSN1720-8386 (Electronic); 0391-4097 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAdult; Biomarkers/analysis; *Bone Density; Bone Diseases, Metabolic/*etiology/metabolism/pathology; *Bone Remodeling; Case-Control Studies; Cross-Sectional Studies; Female; Fibroblast Growth Factors/metabolism; Follow-Up Studies; Humans; Hypophosphatemia/
  • Classé dansArticle empiriqueSanté physique
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H. Padmanabha, P. Singhi, J. K. Sahu and P. Malhi
Home-based Sensory Interventions in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Randomized Controlled Trial
  • RésuméOBJECTIVES: To determine the feasibility and efficacy of home-based sensory interventions in children with Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) with sensory processing abnormalities. METHODS: This was a 12-wk, parallel group, pilot, randomized controlled trial.
  • SourceIndian J Pediatr 86(1), 18–25
  • ISBN/ISSN0973-7693 (Electronic); 0019-5456 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism Spectrum Disorder/*complications; Child; Child, Preschool; Humans; Physical Stimulation/*methods; Pilot Projects; Sensation Disorders/etiology/*therapy; *Sensory Aids; Surveys and Questionnaires
  • Classé dansEnfance et adolescenceArticle empiriqueCapacités perceptuelles
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C. Padden, C. Concialdi-McGlynn and S. Lydon
Psychophysiological measures of stress in caregivers of individuals with autism spectrum disorder: a systematic review
  • RésuméPURPOSE: Parents of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often self-report heightened levels of stress and physical health problems. This paper reviewed studies assessing physiological measures of stress among parents of children with ASD. METHODS
  • SourceDev Neurorehabil 22(3), 149–163
  • ISBN/ISSN1751-8431 (Electronic); 1751-8423 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAdult; Autism Spectrum Disorder/*psychology; Caregivers/*psychology; Child; Humans; Hydrocortisone/*analysis; Parents/psychology; Saliva/chemistry; Self Report; Stress, Psychological/*diagnosis/etiology
  • Classé dansRevue de littérature
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H. J. Nuske, E. McGhee Hassrick, B. Bronstein, L. Hauptman, C. Aponte, L. Levato, A. Stahmer, D. S. Mandell, P. Mundy, C. Kasari and T. Smith
Broken bridges-new school transitions for students with autism spectrum disorder: A systematic review on difficulties and strategies for success
  • RésuméTransitioning to a new school is often challenging for students with autism spectrum disorder. Few studies have examined the transition needs of students with autism spectrum disorder or the benefits of specific supports. This review synthesizes research
  • SourceAutism 23(2), 306–325
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésanxiety; autism spectrum disorders; home-school communication; inter-school coordination; interventions—psychosocial/behavioral; language barriers; parental advocacy; school resources; school transition; transition planning
  • Classé dansRevue de littérature
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A. S. Nunes, N. Peatfield, V. Vakorin and S. M. Doesburg
Idiosyncratic organization of cortical networks in autism spectrum disorder
  • RésuméNeuroimaging studies of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have yielded inconsistent results indicating either increases or decreases in functional connectivity, or both. Recent findings suggest that these seemingly divergent results might be underpinned by g
  • SourceNeuroimage 190, 182–190
  • ISBN/ISSN1095-9572 (Electronic); 1053-8119 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism spectrum disorder; fMRI; Resting state; Network clustering; Functional connectivity; Intrinsic connectivity network; No terms assigned
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E. T. Newcomb, J. A. Wright and J. G. Camblin
Assessment and treatment of aggressive behavior maintained by access to physical attention
  • RésuméAggression maintained by access to physical attention was examined using two preparations of a functional analysis, after which additional assessment was carried out to identify stimuli that competed with problem behavior. The participant, Ted, was a 13-y
  • SourceBehavior Analysis: Research and Practice 19(3), 222–231
  • ISBN/ISSN2372-9414
  • Mots-clésaggressive behavior; autism spectrum disorder; competing stimulus assessment; functional analysis; noncontingent reinforcement; Autism Spectrum Disorders; Intervention; Measurement; Attention
  • Classé dansArticle empiriqueFonctions cognitives
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R. Nevill, D. Hedley, M. Uljarevic, E. Sahin, J. Zadek, E. Butter and J. A. Mulick
Language profiles in young children with autism spectrum disorder: A community sample using multiple assessment instruments
  • RésuméThis study investigated language profiles in a community-based sample of 104 children aged 1-3 years who had been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder using Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5th ed.) diagnostic criteria. Language w
  • SourceAutism 23(1), 141–153
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésMullen scales; Preschool Language Scale; Vineland; assessment; autism spectrum disorder; communication and language; development; predictors; preschool children
  • Classé dansEnfance et adolescenceArticle empiriqueLangage et communication
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A. M. Neumeyer, J. Anixt, J. Chan, J. M. Perrin, D. Murray, D. L. Coury, A. Bennett, J. Farmer and R. A. Parker
Identifying Associations Among Co-Occurring Medical Conditions in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • RésuméOBJECTIVE: Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have a high prevalence of co-occurring medical conditions, including speech, sleep, and gastrointestinal disorders (constipation and feeding difficulties); developmental delay; attention deficit/hype
  • SourceAcad Pediatr 19(3), 300–306
  • ISBN/ISSN1876-2867 (Electronic); 1876-2859 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism Spectrum Disorder; Children; Medical Conditions
  • Classé dansCeux qui ont un Age groupEnfance et adolescenceArticle empirique
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K. A. Neely, S. Mohanty, L. M. Schmitt, Z. Wang, J. A. Sweeney and M. W. Mosconi
Motor Memory Deficits Contribute to Motor Impairments in Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • RésuméSensorimotor abnormalities are common in individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD); however, the processes underlying these deficits remain unclear. This study examined force production with and without visual feedback to determine if individuals wi
  • SourceJ Autism Dev Disord 49(7), 2675–2684
  • ISBN/ISSN1573-3432 (Electronic); 0162-3257 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAdolescent; Autism Spectrum Disorder/*physiopathology; Child; Feedback, Sensory; Female; Hand Strength; Humans; Male; *Memory, Short-Term; *Motor Skills; Social Skills; Young Adult
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Y. H. Nah, R. L. Young and N. Brewer
Development of a brief version of the Autism Detection in Early Childhood
  • RésuméWhile autism spectrum disorder screening tools provide a useful resource for practitioners, the reality is they are underused. The justifications often provided include the time required for administration and the training involved. A brief tool with good
  • SourceAutism 23(2), 494–502
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism Detection in Early Childhood; Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5th edition); autism spectrum disorder; brief screening; early identification
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E. K. Munkhaugen, T. Torske, E. Gjevik, T. Naerland, A. H. Pripp and T. H. Diseth
Individual characteristics of students with autism spectrum disorders and school refusal behavior
  • RésuméThis study compared social, executive, emotional, and behavioral characteristics of students with autism spectrum disorder who did and did not display school refusal behavior. The participants were 62 students with autism spectrum disorder without intelle
  • SourceAutism 23(2), 413–423
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésautism spectrum disorder; individual characteristics; school refusal behavior
  • Classé dansArticle empiriqueÉducation
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D. W. Mruzek, S. McAleavey, W. A. Loring, E. Butter, T. Smith, E. McDonnell, L. Levato, C. Aponte, R. P. Travis, R. E. Aiello, C. M. Taylor, J. W. Wilkins, P. Corbett-Dick, D. M. Finkelstein, A. M. York and K. Zanibbi
A pilot investigation of an iOS-based app for toilet training children with autism spectrum disorder
  • RésuméWe developed an iOS-based app with a transmitter/disposable sensor and corresponding manualized intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder. The app signaled the onset of urination, time-stamped accidents for analysis, reminded parents to rein
  • SourceAutism 23(2), 359–370
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésautism spectrum disorder; enuresis; randomized controlled trial; technology; toilet training; urine alarm
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A. Mouti, R. Dryer and M. Kohn
Differentiating Autism Spectrum Disorder From ADHD Using the Social Communication Questionnaire
  • RésuméOBJECTIVE: This study examined the ability of the Social Communication Questionnaire (SCQ) to differentiate between autism spectrum disorder (ASD), ADHD, and typically developing (TD) children. METHOD: Children (Mage = 11.27 years, SDage = 3.28) identifie
  • SourceJ Atten Disord 23(8), 828–837
  • ISBN/ISSN1557-1246 (Electronic); 1087-0547 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésADHD; Social Communication Questionnaire; autism spectrum disorder; differentiating; screening tools
  • Classé dansArticle empiriqueLangage et communication
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E. Moulton, K. Bradbury, M. Barton and D. Fein
Factor Analysis of the Childhood Autism Rating Scale in a Sample of Two Year Olds with an Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • RésuméThe Childhood Autism Rating Scale (CARS), (Schopler et al. in J Autism Dev Disord 10(1):91-103, 1980) is a 15-item observation-based rating scale that yields a total score reflective of autism symptom severity. This study investigated the factor structure
  • SourceJ Autism Dev Disord 49(7), 2733–2746
  • ISBN/ISSN1573-3432 (Electronic); 0162-3257 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism Spectrum Disorder/*diagnosis; Child, Preschool; Communication; Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders; Factor Analysis, Statistical; Female; Humans; Male; Neuropsychological Tests/*standards; Sensation; Stereotyped Behavior
  • Classé dansArticle empiriqueRevue de littérature
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K. Mossler, C. Gold, J. Assmus, K. Schumacher, C. Calvet, S. Reimer, G. Iversen and W. Schmid
The Therapeutic Relationship as Predictor of Change in Music Therapy with Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • RésuméThis study examined whether the therapeutic relationship in music therapy with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder predicts generalized changes in social skills. Participants (4-7 years, N = 48) were assessed at baseline, 5 and 12 months. The therapeut
  • SourceJ Autism Dev Disord 49(7), 2795–2809
  • ISBN/ISSN1573-3432 (Electronic); 0162-3257 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism Spectrum Disorder/*therapy; Child; Child, Preschool; Communication; Female; Humans; Language; Male; Music; *Music Therapy; Parents; *Social Skills
  • Classé dansEnfance et adolescenceArticle empirique
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J. Morgan
Has autism found a place in mainstream TV?
F. Montazeri, A. de Bildt, V. Dekker and G. M. Anderson
Network Analysis of Anxiety in the Autism Realm
  • RésuméThe anxiety and autism realms are each complicated and heterogeneous, and relationships between the two areas are especially complex. Network analysis offers a promising approach to the phenotypic complexities of typical and atypical human behavior. The R
  • SourceJ Autism Dev Disord 49(6), 2219–2230
  • ISBN/ISSN1573-3432 (Electronic); 0162-3257 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAdolescent; Anxiety/epidemiology/*psychology/*therapy; Anxiety, Separation/diagnosis/epidemiology/psychology; Autism Spectrum Disorder/epidemiology/*psychology/*therapy; Child; Cluster Analysis; Female; Habits; Humans; Male; Netherlands/epidemiology; *Soc
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V. Mohan, S. K. Kunnath, V. S. Philip, L. S. Mohan and N. Thampi
Capitalizing on technology for developing communication skills in autism spectrum disorder: a single case study
  • RésuméPURPOSE: In this case study, we discuss the application of a patient-centred clinical approach that led to the use of an assisted communication platform to combat severe communicative deficit in a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). METHODS: Initia
  • SourceDisabil Rehabil Assist Technol 14(1), 75–81
  • ISBN/ISSN1748-3115 (Electronic); 1748-3107 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism Spectrum Disorder/*physiopathology/*rehabilitation; Child, Preschool; *Communication Aids for Disabled; Humans; India; Male
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M. Mizuguchi, H. Ikeda, K. Kagitani-Shimono, H. Yoshinaga, Y. Suzuki, M. Aoki, M. Endo, M. Yonemura and M. Kubota
Everolimus for epilepsy and autism spectrum disorder in tuberous sclerosis complex: EXIST-3 substudy in Japan
  • RésuméBACKGROUND: Epilepsy and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are the common neurological manifestations of tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC). EXIST-3 study has recently demonstrated that everolimus reduces seizures in patients with TSC and refractory epilepsy.
  • SourceBrain Dev 41(1), 1–10
  • ISBN/ISSN1872-7131 (Electronic); 0387-7604 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAdolescent; Anticonvulsants/adverse effects/*therapeutic use; Autism Spectrum Disorder/*drug therapy/etiology; Chemotherapy, Adjuvant; Child; Child, Preschool; Epilepsy/*drug therapy/etiology; Everolimus/adverse effects/*therapeutic use; Female; Humans; J
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J. B. McCauley, M. A. Harris, M. C. Zajic, L. E. Swain-Lerro, T. Oswald, N. McIntyre, K. Trzesniewski, P. Mundy and M. Solomon
Self-Esteem, Internalizing Symptoms, and Theory of Mind in Youth With Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • RésuméSelf-esteem is a potent indicator of mental health in typically developing (TYP) individuals. It is surprising that there have been few comprehensive investigations of self-esteem in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), given that
  • SourceJ Clin Child Adolesc Psychol 48(3), 400–411
  • ISBN/ISSN1537-4424 (Electronic); 1537-4416 (Linking)
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A. Mazzoni, R. Grove, V. Eapen, R. K. Lenroot and J. Bruggemann
The promise of functional near-infrared spectroscopy in autism research: What do we know and where do we go?
  • RésuméFunctional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) is a neuroimaging technique that has been gaining increasing interest as a method to investigate the brain function of individuals on the autism spectrum. It is a non-invasive, portable and relatively motion-t
  • SourceSoc Neurosci 14(5), 505–518
  • ISBN/ISSN1747-0927 (Electronic); 1747-0919 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésFunctional near-infrared spectroscopy; autism spectrum; fNIRS; neuroimaging; review
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