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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M. O. Mazurek, F. Lu, E. A. Macklin and B. L. Handen
Factors associated with DSM-5 severity level ratings for autism spectrum disorder
  • RésuméThe newest edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5th ed., DSM-5) introduced substantial changes to the diagnostic criteria for autism spectrum disorder, including new severity level ratings for social communication and rest
  • SourceAutism 23(2), 468–476
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésDSM-5; autism spectrum disorder; diagnosis; need for support; severity level
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M. O. Mazurek, A. Curran, C. Burnette and K. Sohl
ECHO Autism STAT: Accelerating Early Access to Autism Diagnosis
  • RésuméAlthough early diagnosis of autism is critical for promoting access to early intervention, many children experience significant diagnostic delays. Shortages of healthcare providers, limited capacity at autism centers, and geographic and socioeconomic chal
  • SourceJ Autism Dev Disord 49(1), 127–137
  • ISBN/ISSN1573-3432 (Electronic); 0162-3257 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAdult; Aged; Autistic Disorder/*diagnosis/epidemiology/*therapy; Child; Child, Preschool; Community Health Services/*methods/trends; Early Diagnosis; Female; Humans; Infant; Infant, Newborn; Male; Middle Aged; Physicians, Primary Care/trends; Pilot Projec
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S. D. Mayes, S. L. Calhoun, J. G. Waxmonsky, C. Kokotovich, R. Baweja, R. Lockridge and E. O. Bixler
Demographic Differences in Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder Symptoms in ADHD, Autism, and General Population Samples
  • RésuméOBJECTIVE: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5th ed.; DSM-5) disruptive mood dysregulation disorder (DMDD) is a controversial new diagnosis. No studies have investigated DMDD symptoms (irritable-angry mood and temper outbursts) and de
  • SourceJ Atten Disord 23(8), 849–858
  • ISBN/ISSN1557-1246 (Electronic); 1087-0547 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésADHD; autism; behavior regulation
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S. D. Mayes, R. P. Breaux, S. L. Calhoun and S. S. Frye
High Prevalence of Dysgraphia in Elementary Through High School Students With ADHD and Autism
  • RésuméOBJECTIVE: Prevalence of dysgraphia by age across all grade levels was determined in students with ADHD or autism. METHOD: Referred children with normal intelligence and ADHD-Combined, ADHD-Inattentive, or autism (N = 1,034) were administered the Developm
  • SourceJ Atten Disord 23(8), 787–796
  • ISBN/ISSN1557-1246 (Electronic); 1087-0547 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésADHD; Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration; autism; dysgraphia; handwriting
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G. Maussion, J. M. Moalic, M. Simonneau, P. Gorwood and N. Ramoz
Increased expression of BDNF mRNA in the frontal cortex of autistic patients
  • RésuméAutistic spectrum disorders (ASDs) are neurodevelopmental disorders for which genetic components have been well defined. However, specific gene deregulations related to synapse function in the autistic brain have not been as extensively described. Based o
  • SourceBehav Brain Res 359, 903–909
  • ISBN/ISSN1872-7549 (Electronic); 0166-4328 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAdolescent; Adult; Autistic Disorder/*pathology; Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor/*genetics/metabolism; Calcium-Calmodulin-Dependent Protein Kinase Type 2/genetics/metabolism; Cell Adhesion Molecules/genetics/metabolism; Child; Child, Preschool; Diagnosi
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A. Marini, F. Ferretti, A. Chiera, R. Magni, I. Adornetti, S. Nicchiarelli, S. Vicari and G. Valeri
Episodic future thinking and narrative discourse generation in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • RésuméIndividuals with Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) have difficulties in the recollection of past experiences (Episodic Memory). Accumulating evidence suggests that they might have also difficulties in the ability to imagine potential future scenarios (Episo
  • SourceJournal of Neurolinguistics 49, 178–188
  • ISBN/ISSN09116044
  • Mots-clésAutism Spectrum Disorders; Cognitive impairment; Neuropsychology; Working memory; No terms assigned
  • Classé dansEnfance et adolescenceArticle empiriqueNeurologie et génétique
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K. Maras, T. Gamble and M. Brosnan
Supporting metacognitive monitoring in mathematics learning for young people with autism spectrum disorder: A classroom-based study
  • RésuméPrevious research suggests impaired metacognitive monitoring and mathematics under-achievement in autism spectrum disorder. Within educational settings, metacognitive monitoring is supported through the provision of feedback (e.g. with goal reminders and
  • SourceAutism 23(1), 60–70
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésautism spectrum disorder; education; learning; mathematics; metacognition
  • Classé dansEnfance et adolescenceFonctions cognitives
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B. W. Mann
Autism Narratives in Media Coverage of the MMR Vaccine-Autism Controversy under a Crip Futurism Framework
  • RésuméWhile previous studies in health communication have examined online news media regarding autism, there is a lack of research that critically examines how such media representations may stigmatize autism and seeks to eliminate the condition, particularly i
  • SourceHealth Commun 34(9), 984–990
  • ISBN/ISSN1532-7027 (Electronic); 1041-0236 (Linking)
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P. Malhi, A. Kaur, P. Singhi and N. Sankhyan
Sleep Dysfunction and Behavioral Daytime Problems in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Comparative Study
  • RésuméOBJECTIVES: To compare parent reported sleep behaviors of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and normal healthy controls and to examine the association of sleep disturbances with daytime behavioral difficulties in children with ASD. METHODS: Si
  • SourceIndian J Pediatr 86(1), 12–17
  • ISBN/ISSN0973-7693 (Electronic); 0019-5456 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism Spectrum Disorder/*complications; Case-Control Studies; Child; Child Behavior Disorders/*etiology; Cognition Disorders/complications; Cross-Sectional Studies; Female; Humans; Male; Sleep Wake Disorders/*complications
  • Classé dansEnfance et adolescenceArticle empiriqueSanté physique
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E. Malaia, D. Cockerham and K. Rublein
Visual integration of fear and anger emotional cues by children on the autism spectrum and neurotypical peers: An EEG study
  • RésuméCommunication deficits in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are often related to inefficient interpretation of emotional cues, which are conveyed visually through both facial expressions and body language. The present study examined ASD behavi
  • SourceNeuropsychologia 126, 138–146
  • ISBN/ISSN1873-3514 (Electronic); 0028-3932 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésFace processing; Social cognition; Emotion perception; Autism spectrum; Developmental social cognition; No terms assigned
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A. R. Madipakkam, M. Rothkirch, I. Dziobek and P. Sterzer
Access to awareness of direct gaze is related to autistic traits
  • RésuméBACKGROUND: The atypical processing of eye contact is a characteristic hallmark of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The severity of these symptoms, however, is thought to lie on a continuum that extends into the typical population. While behavioural eviden
  • SourcePsychol Med 49(6), 980–986
  • ISBN/ISSN1469-8978 (Electronic); 0033-2917 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism spectrum disorder; breaking continuous flash suppression; continuum view; eye gaze processing
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R. J. Luyster, J. Bick, A. Westerlund and C. A. Nelson, 3rd
Testing the effects of expression, intensity and age on emotional face processing in ASD
  • RésuméIndividuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) commonly show global deficits in the processing of facial emotion, including impairments in emotion recognition and slowed processing of emotional faces. Growing evidence has suggested that these challenges
  • SourceNeuropsychologia 126, 128–137
  • ISBN/ISSN1873-3514 (Electronic); 0028-3932 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésSocial cognition; ERP; Face processing; Emotion perception; Autism spectrum disorder; No terms assigned
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A. M. Lugo, P. E. McArdle, M. L. King, J. C. Lamphere, J. A. Peck and H. J. Beck
Effects of Presession Pairing on Preference for Therapeutic Conditions and Challenging Behavior
  • RésuméThe current study examined child preference for presession therapeutic conditions. A 4-year-old female diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) was exposed to three conditions in a concurrent-chains arrangement: presession pairing (PSP) prior to the
  • SourceBehav Anal Pract 12(1), 188–193
  • ISBN/ISSN1998-1929 (Print); 1998-1929 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésConcurrent chains; Early intervention; Presession pairing; Rapport; No terms assigned
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J. Lodi-Smith, J. D. Rodgers, S. A. Cunningham, C. Lopata and M. L. Thomeer
Meta-analysis of Big Five personality traits in autism spectrum disorder
  • RésuméThe present meta-analysis synthesizes the emerging literature on the relationship of Big Five personality traits to autism spectrum disorder. Studies were included if they (1) either (a) measured autism spectrum disorder characteristics using a metric tha
  • SourceAutism 23(3), 556–565
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésBig Five personality; autism spectrum disorders; meta-analysis
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J. Locke, W. Shih, C. D. Kang-Yi, J. Caramanico, T. Shingledecker, J. Gibson, L. Frederick and D. S. Mandell
The impact of implementation support on the use of a social engagement intervention for children with autism in public schools
  • RésuméSeveral interventions have demonstrated efficacy in improving social outcomes for children with autism; however, few have been successfully implemented in schools. This study compared two implementation strategies to improve the use of a social engagement
  • SourceAutism 23(4), 834–845
  • ISBN/ISSN1461-7005 (Electronic); 1362-3613 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésautism spectrum disorder; implementation; school; social engagement intervention
  • Classé dansEnfance et adolescenceArticle empiriqueIntervention psychosociale
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E. Lobregt-van Buuren, B. Sizoo, L. Mevissen and A. de Jongh
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy as a Feasible and Potential Effective Treatment for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and a History of Adverse Events
  • RésuméThe study investigated whether EMDR is a feasible therapy for adults with ASD and a history of adverse events, and whether it is associated with reductions in symptoms of PTSD, psychological distress and autism. Participants received 6 to 8 weeks treatmen
  • SourceJ Autism Dev Disord 49(1), 151–164
  • ISBN/ISSN1573-3432 (Electronic); 0162-3257 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAdult; Autism Spectrum Disorder/epidemiology/*psychology/*therapy; Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing/*methods; Eye Movements/*physiology; Feasibility Studies; Female; Follow-Up Studies; Humans; Male; Middle Aged; Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic/e
  • Classé dansAdulteArticle empiriqueDiagnostic et symptômes
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L. A. Livingston, E. Colvert, P. Bolton and F. Happe
Good social skills despite poor theory of mind: exploring compensation in autism spectrum disorder
  • RésuméBACKGROUND: It is proposed that some individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can 'compensate' for their underlying difficulties (e.g. in theory of mind; ToM), thus demonstrating relatively few behavioural symptoms, despite continued core cognitive
  • SourceJ Child Psychol Psychiatry 60(1), 102–110
  • ISBN/ISSN1469-7610 (Electronic); 0021-9630 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism spectrum disorder; compensation; compensatory mechanisms; adaptation; remediation; theory of mind; executive function; camouflaging; No terms assigned
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T. Liu, X. Liu, L. Yi, C. Zhu, P. S. Markey and M. Pelowski
Assessing autism at its social and developmental roots: A review of Autism Spectrum Disorder studies using functional near-infrared spectroscopy
  • RésuméWe review a relatively new method for studying the developing brain in children and infants with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Despite advances in behavioral screening and brain imaging, due to paradigms that do not easily allow for testing of awake, ve
  • SourceNeuroimage 185, 955–967
  • ISBN/ISSN1095-9572 (Electronic); 1053-8119 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism Spectrum Disorder/*diagnostic imaging; Brain/*diagnostic imaging; Female; Functional Neuroimaging/*methods; Humans; Infant; Male; Spectroscopy, Near-Infrared/*methods
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L. Y. Lin and P. C. Huang
Quality of life and its related factors for adults with autism spectrum disorder
  • RésuméPURPOSE: Improved quality of life is an important outcome for adults with autism spectrum disorder. However, little research has examined factors associated with quality of life among adults with autism spectrum disorder. METHOD: This study comparing 66 a
  • SourceDisabil Rehabil 41(8), 896–903
  • ISBN/ISSN1464-5165 (Electronic); 0963-8288 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAdults; autism spectrum disorder; psychological health; quality of life; sensory processing; social relationship
  • Classé dansAdulteArticle empirique
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L. E. Libero, M. Schaer, D. D. Li, D. G. Amaral and C. W. Nordahl
A Longitudinal Study of Local Gyrification Index in Young Boys With Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • RésuméLocal gyrification index (LGI), a metric quantifying cortical folding, was evaluated in 105 boys with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and 49 typically developing (TD) boys at 3 and 5 years-of-age. At 3 years-of-age, boys with ASD had reduced gyrification i
  • SourceCereb Cortex 29(6), 2575–2587
  • ISBN/ISSN1460-2199 (Electronic); 1047-3211 (Linking)
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J. Li, S. Hu, K. Zhang, L. Shi, Y. Zhang, T. Zhao, L. Wang, X. He, K. Xia, C. Liu and Z. Sun
A comparative study of the genetic components of three subcategories of autism spectrum disorder
  • RésuméThe fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) controversially combined previously distinct subcategories of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) into a single diagnostic category. However, genetic convergences and diverg
  • SourceMol Psychiatry 24(11), 1720–1731
  • ISBN/ISSN1476-5578 (Electronic); 1359-4184 (Linking)
  • Classé dansArticle empiriqueNeurologie et génétique
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Y. Levaot, G. Meiri, I. Dinstein, I. Menashe and I. Shoham-Vardi
Autism Prevalence and Severity in Bedouin-Arab and Jewish Communities in Southern Israel
  • RésuméThe vast majority of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) research focuses on Caucasian populations in western world countries. While it is assumed that autism rates are similar across ethnic groups regardless of genetic background and environmental exposures,
  • SourceCommunity Ment Health J 55(1), 156–160
  • ISBN/ISSN1573-2789 (Electronic); 0010-3853 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésASD; Minority; Children; No terms assigned
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G. T. Lee, H. Feng, S. Xu and S. J. Jin
Increasing "Object-Substitution" Symbolic Play in Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • RésuméChildren with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) may not develop symbolic play skills, so such skills need to be taught specifically. We report an experiment regarding a procedure targeting "object-substitution" symbolic play skills. The "object-substitution
  • SourceBehav Modif 43(1), 82–114
  • ISBN/ISSN1552-4167 (Electronic); 0145-4455 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAutism Spectrum Disorder/*rehabilitation; Child; *Child Behavior; Child, Preschool; Female; Humans; *Imitative Behavior; Male; *Play and Playthings; Psychotherapy/*methods; Treatment Outcome
  • Classé dansEnfance et adolescence
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C. E. Lee, M. M. Burke, C. K. Arnold and A. Owen
Comparing differences in support needs as perceived by parents of adult offspring with down syndrome, autism spectrum disorder and cerebral palsy
  • RésuméBACKGROUND: Parents often face many barriers when taking care of their offspring with disabilities. In childhood, support needs vary with families of children with Down syndrome often reporting less caregiving challenges. However, it is unclear whether su
  • SourceJ Appl Res Intellect Disabil 32(1), 194–205
  • ISBN/ISSN1468-3148 (Electronic); 1360-2322 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésAdolescent; Adult; *Adult Children; Aged; Autism Spectrum Disorder/*therapy; Cerebral Palsy/*therapy; Developmental Disabilities/therapy; Down Syndrome/therapy; Female; Health Services Accessibility/*statistics & numerical data; Health Services Needs and
  • Classé dansAdulteArticle empiriqueFamille
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A. Lassalle, N. R. Zurcher, C. A. Porro, F. Benuzzi, L. Hippolyte, E. Lemonnier, J. Asberg Johnels and N. Hadjikhani
Influence of anxiety and alexithymia on brain activations associated with the perception of others’ pain in autism
  • RésuméThe circumstances under which empathy is altered in ASD remain unclear, as previous studies did not systematically find differences in brain activation between ASD and controls in empathy-eliciting paradigms, and did not always monitor whether differences
  • SourceSoc Neurosci 14(3), 359–377
  • ISBN/ISSN1747-0927 (Electronic); 1747-0919 (Linking)
  • Mots-clésASD; Empathy; alexithymia; anxiety; fMRI
  • Classé dansArticle empiriqueCapacités perceptuelles
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