Perception-action in children with ASD

  title={Perception-action in children with ASD},
  author={Claes Von Hofsten and Kerstin Rosander},
  booktitle={Front. Integr. Neurosci.},
How do disturbances to perception and action relate to the deficiencies expressed by children with autism? The ability to predict what is going to happen next is crucial for the construction of all actions and children develop these predictive abilities early in development. Children with autism, however, are deficient in the ability to foresee future events and to plan movements and movement sequences. They are also deficient in the understanding of other people's actions. This includes… CONTINUE READING
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