Attentional capacities in children with autism: is there a general deficit in shifting focus?

@article{Pascualvaca1998AttentionalCI,
  title={Attentional capacities in children with autism: is there a general deficit in shifting focus?},
  author={Daisy M. Pascualvaca and Bryan D. Fantie and Maria Papageorgiou and Allan F. Mirsky},
  journal={Journal of autism and developmental disorders},
  year={1998},
  volume={28 6},
  pages={
          467-78
        }
}
Twenty-three children with autism and two control groups completed an attention battery comprising three versions of the continuous performance test (CPT), a digit cancellation task, the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST), and two novel, computerized tests of shifting attention (i.e., the Same-Different Computerized Task and the Computerized Matching Task). Children with autism could focus on a particular stimulus and sustain this focus as indicated by their performance on the digit… CONTINUE READING
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