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13 Self-Regulation , Dysregulation , Emotion Regulation and Their Impact on Cognitive and Socio-Emotional Abilities in Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders

  title={13 Self-Regulation , Dysregulation , Emotion Regulation and Their Impact on Cognitive and Socio-Emotional Abilities in Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders},
  author={Nader-Grosbois Nathalie},
The literature about typically developing children describes the development of models and the results of empirical studies focusing on self-regulation, emotion regulation and coregulation during interactions with adults or peers. By contrast, it is only in the last decade that these processes have been examined in atypical children, including children with ASD. Infantile autism is a pervasive developmental disorder characterized by disturbances concerning not only the areas of socialization… 

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