What do repetitive and stereotyped movements mean for infant siblings of children with autism spectrum disorders?

@article{Damiano2013WhatDR,
  title={What do repetitive and stereotyped movements mean for infant siblings of children with autism spectrum disorders?},
  author={Cara R. Damiano and Allison S Nahmias and Abigail L. Hogan-Brown and Wendy L. Stone},
  journal={Journal of autism and developmental disorders},
  year={2013},
  volume={43 6},
  pages={1326-35}
}
Repetitive and stereotyped movements (RSMs) in infancy are associated with later diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), yet this relationship has not been fully explored in high-risk populations. The current study investigated how RSMs involving object and body use are related to diagnostic outcomes in infant siblings of children with ASD (Sibs-ASD) and typically developing children (Sibs-TD). The rate and number of different types of RSMs were measured at an average of 15 months with… CONTINUE READING
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