Deficits in Temporal Processing Associated with Autistic Disorder

  title={Deficits in Temporal Processing Associated with Autistic Disorder},
  author={Melissa J. Allman},
  booktitle={Front. Integr. Neurosci.},
Currently idiopathic autism is typically diagnosed according to an observational assessment of certain behavioral, social, and cognitive tendencies across dimensions of language, social interaction, imaginative play, and restricted or repetitive cognitions and behavior. Parent interview is required to confirm presence of specific tendencies within the first 3 years of life. There is, as yet, no bio-medical test or marker for autism, although certain neurological, genetic, and physiological… CONTINUE READING
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