Social behaviour in pervasive developmental disorders: Effects of informant, group and “theory-of-mind”

@article{Hughes1997SocialBI,
  title={Social behaviour in pervasive developmental disorders: Effects of informant, group and “theory-of-mind”},
  author={Carolyn Hughes and I. Soares-Boucaud and J. Hochmann and U. Frith},
  journal={European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry},
  year={1997},
  volume={6},
  pages={191-198}
}
Theory of mind skills and a range of social behaviour in everyday life were assessed in a sample of 21 children with pervasive developmental disorders and 22 normally-developing preschoolers. Parents, teachers and therapists were interviewed using the Vineland Adaptive using the Vineland Adaptive Behaviour Scales (18) and a new supplementary scale, the “Eckelle d'Adaptation Sociale pour Enfants” (EASE). Teachers and therapists were able to differentiate subtle forms of social problems in… CONTINUE READING

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