Language and verbal memory in individuals with a history of autism spectrum disorders who have achieved optimal outcomes.

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Some individuals who lose their autism spectrum disorder diagnosis may continue to display subtle weaknesses in language. We examined language and verbal memory in 44 individuals with high-functioning autism (HFA), 34 individuals with "optimal outcomes" (OO) and 34 individuals with typical development (TD). The OO group scored in the average range or above… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10803-013-1921-9

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@article{Tyson2014LanguageAV, title={Language and verbal memory in individuals with a history of autism spectrum disorders who have achieved optimal outcomes.}, author={Katherine E Tyson and Elizabeth Kelley and Deborah Fein and Alyssa J. Orinstein and Eva Troyb and Marianne L. Barton and Inge-Marie Eigsti and Letitia Naigles and Robert T Schultz and Michael Stevens and Molly S Helt and Michael Rosenthal}, journal={Journal of autism and developmental disorders}, year={2014}, volume={44 3}, pages={648-63} }