Chapter 1 Promoting Early Identification of Autism in the Primary Care Setting : Bridging the Gap Between What We Know and What We

@inproceedings{Siller2014Chapter1P,
  title={Chapter 1 Promoting Early Identification of Autism in the Primary Care Setting : Bridging the Gap Between What We Know and What We},
  author={Michael Siller and Lindee Morgan and Meghan R. Swanson and Emily R. Hotez},
  year={2014}
}
During the last decade, research on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has made tremendous progress with regard to early identification and diagnosis. These advances were made possible by a growing number of rigorous research studies with large sample sizes that utilized a combination of: (1) retrospective parent report and home video studies [1], (2) prospective studies of infant siblings of children with ASD [2], (3) population-wide studies of ASD screening tools [3], and (4) studies on the early… CONTINUE READING

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