A Puzzle-Based Tool to Study Individualized Perception Reactions for Children with Autism

Abstract

Several studies on autism spectrum disorder (ASD) show that there exists significant heterogeneity in phenotype of the disorder. Additionally, many published findings also suggested that ASD is defined by atypical local/global processing. In this paper, we designed a puzzled-based intervention to examine the sensitiveness to the information of local /global… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/SMC.2015.129

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@article{Hsu2015APT, title={A Puzzle-Based Tool to Study Individualized Perception Reactions for Children with Autism}, author={Wei-Wen Hsu and Min Zhang and Chung-Hao Chen and Jonna Bobzien and Chien-Te Wu and Yi-Hung Liu}, journal={2015 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics}, year={2015}, pages={682-686} }