The pattern of sensory processing abnormalities in autism.

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The study was undertaken to evaluate the nature of sensory dysfunction in persons with autism. The cross-sectional study examined auditory, visual, oral, and touch sensory processing, as measured by the Sensory Profile, in 104 persons with a diagnosis of autism, 3-56 years of age, gender-and age-matched to community controls. Persons with autism had… (More)

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@article{Kern2006ThePO, title={The pattern of sensory processing abnormalities in autism.}, author={Janet K. Kern and Madhukar H. Trivedi and Carolyn R. Garver and Bruce D. Grannemann and Alonzo A. Andrews and Jayshree S Savla and Danny G Johnson and Jyutika A. Mehta and Jennifer L. Schroeder}, journal={Autism : the international journal of research and practice}, year={2006}, volume={10 5}, pages={480-94} }