Emily Marshall, MS, OTR/L, Mary Khetani, ScD, OTR, Blythe LaGasse, PhD, Mei-Heng Lin, MS, Jewel Crasta, MS, William J. Gavin, PhD, Patricia Davies, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA; Brain–Behavior Relationships Measuring Attention Differences Among Children With Autism and Age-Matched Peers. Am J Occup Ther 2016;70(4_Supplement_1):7011505097p1. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2016.70S1-RP401D.
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Date Presented 4/10/201
Children with high-functioning autism have different brain processing and brain–behavior relationships than typically developing peers. Results may inform how occupational therapists select therapeutic approaches and stimulate adaptive responses during therapy for improving everyday activities.
Primary Author and Speaker: Emily Marshall
Contributing Authors: Mary Khetani, Blythe LaGasse, Mei-Heng Lin, Jewel Crasta, William J. Gavin, Patricia Davies
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