All Relations between Autism Spectrum Disorder and working memory

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V M Vogan, B R Morgan, R C Leung, E Anagnostou, K Doyle-Thomas, M J Taylo. Widespread White Matter Differences in Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 46 issue 6 2017 26899725 diffusion tensor imaging studies show white matter (wm) abnormalities in children with autism spectrum disorder (asd). 2017-02-14 2022-01-12 Not clear
Anne G Lever, Markus Werkle-Bergner, Andreas M Brandmaier, K Richard Ridderinkhof, Hilde M Geurt. Atypical working memory decline across the adult lifespan in autism spectrum disorder? Journal of abnormal psychology vol 124 issue 4 2016 26595478 whereas working memory (wm) performance in typical development increases across childhood and adolescence, and decreases during adulthood, wm development seems to be delayed in young individuals with autism spectrum disorder (asd). 2016-12-13 2022-01-12 Not clear
Emanuel Schwarz, Heike Tost, Andreas Meyer-Lindenber. Working memory genetics in schizophrenia and related disorders: An RDoC perspective. American journal of medical genetics. Part B, Neuropsychiatric genetics : the official publication of the International Society of Psychiatric Genetics vol 171B issue 1 2016 26365198 a promising candidate is working memory (wm) function, for which deficits have been reported across multiple diagnostic entities including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, adhd, autism, and major depressive disorder. 2016-10-25 2022-01-12 Not clear
Minhui Ouyang, Hua Cheng, Virendra Mishra, Gaolang Gong, Matthew W Mosconi, John Sweeney, Yun Peng, Hao Huan. Atypical age-dependent effects of autism on white matter microstructure in children of 2-7 years. Human brain mapping vol 37 issue 2 2016 26663516 atypical age-dependent changes of white matter (wm) microstructure play a central role in abnormal brain maturation of the children with autism spectrum disorder (asd), but their early manifestations have not been systematically characterized. 2016-10-17 2022-01-12 Not clear
Charline Urbain, Vanessa M Vogan, Annette X Ye, Elizabeth W Pang, Sam M Doesburg, Margot J Taylo. Desynchronization of fronto-temporal networks during working memory processing in autism. Human brain mapping vol 37 issue 1 2016 26485059 mounting evidence suggests that autism is a network disorder, characterized by atypical brain connectivity, especially in the context of high level cognitive processes such as working memory (wm). 2016-10-11 2022-01-12 Not clear
Charline Urbain, Vanessa M Vogan, Annette X Ye, Elizabeth W Pang, Sam M Doesburg, Margot J Taylo. Desynchronization of fronto-temporal networks during working memory processing in autism. Human brain mapping vol 37 issue 1 2016 26485059 accordingly, atypical wm processes have been related to the social and cognitive deficits observed in children with autism spectrum disorder (asd). 2016-10-11 2022-01-12 Not clear
C M Urbain, E W Pang, M J Taylo. Atypical spatiotemporal signatures of working memory brain processes in autism. Translational psychiatry vol 5 issue 2016 26261885 working memory (wm) impairments may contribute to the profound behavioural manifestations in children with autism spectrum disorder (asd). 2016-05-11 2022-01-12 Not clear
Melissa Kirkovski, Peter G Enticott, Jerome J Maller, Susan L Rossell, Paul B Fitzgeral. Diffusion tensor imaging reveals no white matter impairments among adults with autism spectrum disorder. Psychiatry research vol 233 issue 1 2016 26032898 abnormalities within white matter (wm) have been identified in autism spectrum disorder (asd). 2016-01-06 2022-01-12 Not clear
K Chantiluke, N Barrett, V Giampietro, M Brammer, A Simmons, K Rubi. Disorder-dissociated effects of fluoxetine on brain function of working memory in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism spectrum disorder. Psychological medicine vol 45 issue 6 2015 25292351 attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (adhd) and autism spectrum disorder (asd) are often co-morbid and share performance and brain dysfunctions during working memory (wm). 2015-12-22 2022-01-12 Not clear
S C L Deoni, J R Zinkstok, E Daly, C Ecker, S C R Williams, D G M Murph. White-matter relaxation time and myelin water fraction differences in young adults with autism. Psychological medicine vol 45 issue 4 2015 25111948 increasing evidence suggests that autism is associated with abnormal white-matter (wm) anatomy and impaired brain 'connectivity'. 2015-11-13 2022-01-12 Not clear
Marieke de Vries, Hilde M Geurt. Beyond individual differences: are working memory and inhibition informative specifiers within ASD? Journal of neural transmission (Vienna, Austria : 1996) vol 121 issue 9 2015 24796318 findings on working memory (wm) and inhibition in children with autism spectrum disorders (asd) are contradictory and earlier studies largely ignored individual differences. 2015-05-11 2022-01-12 Not clear
Franco Cauda, Tommaso Costa, Sara Palermo, Federico D'Agata, Matteo Diano, Francesca Bianco, Sergio Duca, Roberto Kelle. Concordance of white matter and gray matter abnormalities in autism spectrum disorders: a voxel-based meta-analysis study. Human brain mapping vol 35 issue 5 2014 23894001 there are at least two fundamental unanswered questions in the literature on autism spectrum disorders (asd): are abnormalities in white (wm) and gray matter (gm) consistent with one another? 2014-12-01 2022-01-12 Not clear
Jillian M Schuh, Inge-Marie Eigst. Working memory, language skills, and autism symptomatology. Behavioral sciences (Basel, Switzerland) vol 2 issue 4 2014 25379222 while many studies have reported working memory (wm) impairments in autism spectrum disorders, others do not. 2014-11-07 2022-01-12 Not clear
Jillian M Schuh, Inge-Marie Eigst. Working memory, language skills, and autism symptomatology. Behavioral sciences (Basel, Switzerland) vol 2 issue 4 2014 25379222 although deficits in visuospatial wm have been more consistently documented, there is much controversy regarding verbal wm in autism. 2014-11-07 2022-01-12 Not clear
Jillian M Schuh, Inge-Marie Eigst. Working memory, language skills, and autism symptomatology. Behavioral sciences (Basel, Switzerland) vol 2 issue 4 2014 25379222 the goal of the current study was to explore visuospatial and verbal wm in a well-controlled sample of children with high-functioning autism (hfa) and typical development. 2014-11-07 2022-01-12 Not clear
Vanessa M Vogan, Benjamin R Morgan, Wayne Lee, Tamara L Powell, Mary Lou Smith, Margot J Taylo. The neural correlates of visuo-spatial working memory in children with autism spectrum disorder: effects of cognitive load. Journal of neurodevelopmental disorders vol 6 issue 1 2014 25057329 research on the neural bases of cognitive deficits in autism spectrum disorder (asd) has shown that working memory (wm) difficulties are associated with abnormalities in the prefrontal cortex. 2014-07-24 2022-01-12 Not clear
Lauren L Richmond, Melissa Thorpe, Marian E Berryhill, Joshua Klugman, Ingrid R Olso. Individual differences in autistic trait load in the general population predict visual working memory performance. Quarterly journal of experimental psychology (2006) vol 66 issue 6 2013 23121303 prior studies have reported instances of both intact and impaired working memory (wm) performance in people with autism spectrum disorder (asd). 2013-12-10 2022-01-12 Not clear
Reyhaneh Bakhtiari, Nicole R Z\\xc3\\xbcrcher, Oph\\xc3\\xa9lie Rogier, Britt Russo, Loyse Hippolyte, Cristina Granziera, Babak Nadjar Araabi, Majid Nili Ahmadabadi, Nouchine Hadjikhan. Differences in white matter reflect atypical developmental trajectory in autism: A Tract-based Spatial Statistics study. NeuroImage. Clinical vol 1 issue 1 2013 24179736 autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder in which white matter (wm) maturation is affected. 2013-11-01 2022-01-12 Not clear
Reyhaneh Bakhtiari, Nicole R Z\\xc3\\xbcrcher, Oph\\xc3\\xa9lie Rogier, Britt Russo, Loyse Hippolyte, Cristina Granziera, Babak Nadjar Araabi, Majid Nili Ahmadabadi, Nouchine Hadjikhan. Differences in white matter reflect atypical developmental trajectory in autism: A Tract-based Spatial Statistics study. NeuroImage. Clinical vol 1 issue 1 2013 24179736 we assessed wm integrity in 16 adolescents and 14 adults with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder (asd) and in matched neurotypical controls (nt) using diffusion weighted imaging and tract-based spatial statistics. 2013-11-01 2022-01-12 Not clear
Reyhaneh Bakhtiari, Nicole R Z\\xc3\\xbcrcher, Oph\\xc3\\xa9lie Rogier, Britt Russo, Loyse Hippolyte, Cristina Granziera, Babak Nadjar Araabi, Majid Nili Ahmadabadi, Nouchine Hadjikhan. Differences in white matter reflect atypical developmental trajectory in autism: A Tract-based Spatial Statistics study. NeuroImage. Clinical vol 1 issue 1 2013 24179736 our data underscore the dynamic nature of brain development in asd, showing the presence of an atypical process of wm maturation, that appears to normalize over time and could be at the basis of behavioral improvements often observed in high-functioning autism. 2013-11-01 2022-01-12 Not clear
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