Matthew P. Peterson

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Patterning, or the ability to understand patterns, is a skill commonly taught to young children as part of school mathematics curricula. It seems likely that some aspects of executive function, such as cognitive flexibility, inhibition, and working memory, may be expressed in the patterning abilities of children. The primary objective of the present study(More)
(2015). Limitations in social anticipation are independent of imaginative and Theory of Mind abilities in children with autism but not in typically developing children. (2014). Accuracy and response time for the recognition of facial emotions in a large sample of children with autism spectrum disorders. (2014). Talking theory of mind talk: Young school-aged(More)
—The goal of the present paper is to investigate approximation and smoothness properties of Larsen type single input single output (SISO) fuzzy systems, that is, fuzzy logic systems using the maximum as aggregation for the individual rule outputs, product (Goguen) t-norm as the conjunctive operator and center of gravity defuzzification. We prove that the(More)
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