All Relations between Autism Spectrum Disorder and social stimuli

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Valerie E Stone, Philip Gerran. What's domain-specific about theory of mind? Social neuroscience vol 1 issue 3-4 2008 18633796 the performance of children with autism or orbitofrontal patients on tom tests can be explained more parsimoniously by their deficits in lower-level domain-specific mechanisms for processing social information. 2008-12-15 2022-01-13 Not clear
Mikle South, Sally Ozonoff, Yana Suchy, Raymond P Kesner, William M McMahon, Janet E Lainhar. Intact emotion facilitation for nonsocial stimuli in autism: is amygdala impairment in autism specific for social information? Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS vol 14 issue 1 2008 18078530 intact emotion facilitation for nonsocial stimuli in autism: is amygdala impairment in autism specific for social information? 2008-06-20 2022-01-13 Not clear
Zillah Boraston, Sarah-Jayne Blakemor. The application of eye-tracking technology in the study of autism. The Journal of physiology vol 581 issue Pt 3 2007 17430985 in this review, we discuss the potential for this technique to reveal the strategies adopted by individuals with high-functioning autism when processing social information. 2007-08-09 2022-01-12 Not clear
Eric Hollander, Jennifer Bartz, William Chaplin, Ann Phillips, Jennifer Sumner, Latha Soorya, Evdokia Anagnostou, Stacey Wasserma. Oxytocin increases retention of social cognition in autism. Biological psychiatry vol 61 issue 4 2007 16904652 this study explored the effect of intravenous oxytocin administration on the retention of social information in autism. 2007-03-27 2022-01-12 Not clear
Boutheina Jemel, Laurent Mottron, Michelle Dawso. Impaired face processing in autism: fact or artifact? Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 36 issue 1 2006 16477517 observably atypical social behaviors early in the development of children with autism have led to the contention that autism is a condition where the processing of social information, particularly faces, is impaired. 2006-10-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
Thomas F Gros. The perception of four basic emotions in human and nonhuman faces by children with autism and other developmental disabilities. Journal of abnormal child psychology vol 32 issue 5 2004 15500027 the results are discussed with respect to differences in the manner that children with and without autism process social information communicated by the face. 2004-12-14 2022-01-12 Not clear
H\\xc3\\xa9l\\xc3\\xa8ne Gervais, Pascal Belin, Nathalie Boddaert, Marion Leboyer, Arnaud Coez, Ignacio Sfaello, Catherine Barth\\xc3\\xa9l\\xc3\\xa9my, Francis Brunelle, Yves Samson, M\\xc3\\xb4nica Zilboviciu. Abnormal cortical voice processing in autism. Nature neuroscience vol 7 issue 8 2004 15258587 impairments in social interaction are a key feature of autism and are associated with atypical social information processing. 2004-09-30 2022-01-12 Not clear
Kevin A Pelphrey, Noah J Sasson, J Steven Reznick, Gregory Paul, Barbara D Goldman, Joseph Pive. Visual scanning of faces in autism. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 32 issue 4 2003 12199131 collectively, these results indicate disorganized processing of face stimuli in autistic individuals and suggest a mechanism that may subserve the social information processing deficits that characterize autism spectrum disorders. 2003-01-23 2022-01-11 Not clear
R Adolphs, L Sears, J Pive. Abnormal processing of social information from faces in autism. Journal of cognitive neuroscience vol 13 issue 2 2001 11244548 abnormal processing of social information from faces in autism. 2001-06-14 2022-01-11 Not clear
R Adolphs, L Sears, J Pive. Abnormal processing of social information from faces in autism. Journal of cognitive neuroscience vol 13 issue 2 2001 11244548 we explored this issue in eight high-functioning subjects with autism in four experiments that assessed recognition of emotional and social information, primarily from faces. 2001-06-14 2022-01-11 Not clear
K A Quil. Environmental supports to enhance social-communication. Seminars in speech and language vol 19 issue 4 1999 9857395 "environmental support" is a general term used to define the systematic use of explicit visual and/or social cues to clarify meaning for children with autism. 1999-03-11 2022-01-10 Not clear
K Pierce, K S Glad, L Schreibma. Social perception in children with autism: an attentional deficit? Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 27 issue 3 1997 9229258 in the present investigation, 14 children with autism, 14 mentally handicapped, and 14 typically functioning children participated in a study designed to investigate the effects of number of social cues on the ability to interpret social situations. 1997-09-15 2022-01-10 Not clear
A L Richdale, M R Prio. The sleep/wake rhythm in children with autism. European child & adolescent psychiatry vol 4 issue 3 1996 8846206 it is likely that sleep problems in early childhood are related to the severe social difficulties present in autism and the consequent inability of these children to use social cues to synchronize their sleep/wake cycle. 1996-10-24 2022-01-10 Not clear
D Tantam, D Holmes, C Cordes. Nonverbal expression in autism of Asperger type. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 23 issue 1 1993 8463192 we suggest that the gaze avoidance of autism may in actuality be a lack of expected gaze (e.g., gaze when the other person is talking) rather than an absolute avoidance, and suggest that a lifelong absence of gaze response to social cues including speech could explain a number of the developmental features of autism including lack of joint attention with others, lack of understanding and affective response to others, and poor discrimination of facial expressions. 1993-05-03 2022-01-10 Not clear
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