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This study examines the relationship between sensory responsiveness and social severity in children with high functioning autism spectrum disorders (HFASD; N = 36) and age-matched controls (N = 26) between 6 and 10 years old. Significant relationships were found between social responsiveness scale scores and each of the six sensory profile sensory system(More)
OBJECTIVE Executive function deficits, including verbal fluency, have been documented in children with histories of prenatal alcohol exposure. Whereas nonverbal fluency impairments have been reported in adults with such exposure, these abilities have not been tested in children. Deficits in both verbal and nonverbal fluency were predicted and assessed in(More)
Gender and the level of drinking of the protagonist in a vignette were systematically varied to examine the effects of these variables on the inferences 400 undergraduates drew about the personal attributes and future of the character. Results showed that gender of the target did not significantly affect judgments about the protagonist, but perceptions of(More)
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