High motion coherence thresholds in children with autism.

@article{Milne2002HighMC,
  title={High motion coherence thresholds in children with autism.},
  author={Elizabeth Milne and John Swettenham and Peter Hansen and Ruth Campbell and Helen Jeffries and Kate C Plaisted},
  journal={Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines},
  year={2002},
  volume={43 2},
  pages={255-63}
}
BACKGROUND We assessed motion processing in a group of high functioning children with autism and a group of typically developing children, using a coherent motion detection task. METHOD Twenty-five children with autism (mean age 11 years, 8 months) and 22 typically developing children matched for non-verbal mental ability and chronological age were required to detect the direction of moving dots in a random dot kinematogram. RESULTS The group of children with autism showed significantly… CONTINUE READING
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