Emily Campi, John Sideris, Cristin Holland, Emily Sopkin, Yun-Ju Chen, Elizabeth Choi, Susan Agostine, Stephanie Bristol, Aaron Dallman, Amanda Wiles, Linda Watson, Elizabeth Crais, Grace Baranek; Caregiver Stress & the Association Between Clinically Observed and Caregiver-Reported Sensory Responsiveness. Am J Occup Ther 2020;74(4_Supplement_1):7411505245. https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.2020.74S1-PO9209
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Date Presented 03/28/20
Sensory-processing challenges are measured by caregiver report and clinician observation and affect many people with autism spectrum disorder and their caregivers. It is unclear how caregiver stress influences the correlation between scores on caregiver reports and observational measures. The present analysis explored correlations between two formats of tools to assess sensory processing and indicated that caregiver stress moderates the association between sensory-seeking scores on the measures.
Primary Author and Speaker: Emily Campi
Additional Authors and Speakers: Cristin Holland, Susan Agostine, Stephanie Bristol
Contributing Authors: John Sideris, Emily Sopkin, Yun-Ju Chen, Elizabeth Choi, Aaron Dallman, Amanda Wiles, Linda Watson, Elizabeth Crais, Grace Baranek
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