All Relations between Autism Spectrum Disorder and biological motion perception

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Emily J Knight, Aaron I Krakowski, Edward G Freedman, John S Butler, Sophie Molholm, John J Fox. Attentional influences on neural processing of biological motion in typically developing children and those on the autism spectrum. Molecular autism vol 13 issue 1 2022 35850696 attentional influences on neural processing of biological motion in typically developing children and those on the autism spectrum. 2022-07-19 2022-07-25 Not clear
Emily J Knight, Aaron I Krakowski, Edward G Freedman, John S Butler, Sophie Molholm, John J Fox. Attentional influences on neural processing of biological motion in typically developing children and those on the autism spectrum. Molecular autism vol 13 issue 1 2022 35850696 given that atypical social communication and cognition are hallmark symptoms of autism spectrum disorder (asd), many have theorized that a potential source of this deficit may lie in dysfunctional neural mechanisms of biological motion processing. 2022-07-19 2022-07-25 Not clear
Emily J Knight, Aaron I Krakowski, Edward G Freedman, John S Butler, Sophie Molholm, John J Fox. Attentional influences on neural processing of biological motion in typically developing children and those on the autism spectrum. Molecular autism vol 13 issue 1 2022 35850696 synthesis of existing literature provides some support for biological motion processing deficits in autism spectrum disorder, although high study heterogeneity and inconsistent findings complicate interpretation. 2022-07-19 2022-07-25 Not clear
Victoria Foglia, Hasan Siddiqui, Zainab Khan, Stephanie Liang, M D Rutherfor. Distinct Biological Motion Perception in Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol issue 2021 34783992 distinct biological motion perception in autism spectrum disorder: a meta-analysis. 2021-11-16 2022-01-13 Not clear
Eric Hiris, Sean Conway, William McLoughlin, Gaokhia Yan. Individual Observer Differences in the Use of Form and Motion to Perceive the Actor's Sex in Biological Motion Displays. Perceptual and motor skills vol issue 2021 34743638 in this study, we sought to determine how participant characteristics (including demographics, response inhibition, autism spectrum quotient, empathy, social anxiety, and motion imagery) might influence the use of form and motion to identify the actor's sex in biological motion displays. 2021-11-08 2022-01-13 Not clear
Adam T Eggebrecht, Ally Dworetsky, Zo\\xc3\\xab Hawks, Rebecca Coalson, Babatunde Adeyemo, Savannah Davis, Daniel Gray, Alana McMichael, Steven E Petersen, John N Constantino, John R Pruet. Brain function distinguishes female carriers and non-carriers of familial risk for autism. Molecular autism vol 11 issue 1 2021 33081838 prior research in a mixed-sex pediatric sample identified neural signatures of familial risk elicited by passive viewing of point light motion displays, suggesting the possibility that both resilience and risk of autism might be associated with brain responses to biological motion. 2021-08-03 2022-01-13 Not clear
Dzmitry A Kaliukhovich, Nikolay V Manyakov, Abigail Bangerter, Seth Ness, Andrew Skalkin, Matthew Boice, Matthew S Goodwin, Geraldine Dawson, Robert Hendren, Bennett Leventhal, Frederick Shic, Gahan Pandin. Visual Preference for Biological Motion in Children and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder: An Eye-Tracking Study. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 51 issue 7 2021 32951157 visual preference for biological motion in children and adults with autism spectrum disorder: an eye-tracking study. 2021-07-07 2022-01-13 Not clear
Dzmitry A Kaliukhovich, Nikolay V Manyakov, Abigail Bangerter, Seth Ness, Andrew Skalkin, Matthew Boice, Matthew S Goodwin, Geraldine Dawson, Robert Hendren, Bennett Leventhal, Frederick Shic, Gahan Pandin. Visual Preference for Biological Motion in Children and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder: An Eye-Tracking Study. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 51 issue 7 2021 32951157 participants with autism spectrum disorder (asd) (n\xe2\x80\x89=\xe2\x80\x89121, mean [sd] age: 14.6 [8.0] years) and typically developing (td) controls (n\xe2\x80\x89=\xe2\x80\x8940, 16.4 [13.3] years) were presented with a series of videos representing biological motion on one side of a computer monitor screen and non-biological motion on the other, while their eye movements were recorded. 2021-07-07 2022-01-13 Not clear
Alessandra Federici, Valentina Parma, Michele Vicovaro, Luca Radassao, Luca Casartelli, Luca Roncon. Anomalous Perception of Biological Motion in Autism: A Conceptual Review and Meta-Analysis. Scientific reports vol 10 issue 1 2020 32165647 anomalous perception of biological motion in autism: a conceptual review and meta-analysis. 2020-12-04 2022-01-13 Not clear
Alessandra Federici, Valentina Parma, Michele Vicovaro, Luca Radassao, Luca Casartelli, Luca Roncon. Anomalous Perception of Biological Motion in Autism: A Conceptual Review and Meta-Analysis. Scientific reports vol 10 issue 1 2020 32165647 despite its popularity, the construct of biological motion (bm) and its putative anomalies in autism spectrum disorder (asd) are not completely clarified. 2020-12-04 2022-01-13 Not clear
Kristyn Wright, Elizabeth Kelley, Diane Poulin-Duboi. Schematic and realistic biological motion identification in children with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder. Research in autism spectrum disorders vol 8 issue 10 2020 25395988 schematic and realistic biological motion identification in children with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder. 2020-10-01 2022-01-12 Not clear
Meghan H Puglia, James P Morri. Neural Response to Biological Motion in Healthy Adults Varies as a Function of Autistic-Like Traits. Frontiers in neuroscience vol 11 issue 2020 28769743 perceptual deficits and neural differences during biological motion perception have previously been associated with autism, a disorder classified by social and communication difficulties and repetitive and restricted interests and behaviors. 2020-09-30 2022-01-14 Not clear
Martina Franchini, Hillary Wood de Wilde, Bronwyn Glaser, Edouard Gentaz, Stephan Eliez, Marie Schae. Corrigendum: Brief Report: A Preference for Biological Motion Predicts a Reduction in Symptom Severity 1\\xe2\\x80\\x89Year Later in Preschoolers with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Frontiers in psychiatry vol 8 issue 2020 28405189 corrigendum: brief report: a preference for biological motion predicts a reduction in symptom severity 1\xe2\x80\x89year later in preschoolers with autism spectrum disorders. 2020-09-30 2022-01-13 Not clear
E-Y Hsiung, S H-L Chien, Y-H Chu, M W-R H. Adults with autism are less proficient in identifying biological motion actions portrayed with point-light displays. Journal of intellectual disability research : JIDR vol 63 issue 9 2020 31020725 adults with autism are less proficient in identifying biological motion actions portrayed with point-light displays. 2020-09-08 2022-01-13 Not clear
E-Y Hsiung, S H-L Chien, Y-H Chu, M W-R H. Adults with autism are less proficient in identifying biological motion actions portrayed with point-light displays. Journal of intellectual disability research : JIDR vol 63 issue 9 2020 31020725 whether individuals with autism spectrum disorder (asd) have impairments with biological motion perception has been debated. 2020-09-08 2022-01-13 Not clear
Greta Krasimirova Todorova, Rosalind Elizabeth Mcbean Hatton, Frank Earl Pollic. Biological motion perception in autism spectrum disorder: a meta-analysis. Molecular autism vol 10 issue 2020 31890147 biological motion perception in autism spectrum disorder: a meta-analysis. 2020-06-17 2022-01-13 Not clear
Greta Krasimirova Todorova, Rosalind Elizabeth Mcbean Hatton, Frank Earl Pollic. Biological motion perception in autism spectrum disorder: a meta-analysis. Molecular autism vol 10 issue 2020 31890147 we aimed to create a quantitative summary of previous findings and investigate potential factors, which could explain the variable results found in the literature investigating biological motion perception in autism. 2020-06-17 2022-01-13 Not clear
Themis Karaminis, Roberto Arrighi, Georgia Forth, David Burr, Elizabeth Pellican. Adaptation to the Speed of Biological Motion in Autism. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 50 issue 2 2020 31630295 adaptation to the speed of biological motion in autism. 2020-06-08 2022-01-13 Not clear
M S Sotoodeh, H Taheri-Torbati, M Sohrabi, M Ghoshun. Perception of biological motions is preserved in people with autism spectrum disorder: electrophysiological and behavioural evidences. Journal of intellectual disability research : JIDR vol 63 issue 1 2020 30456855 there have been some controversies over the ability of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (asd) to perceive biological motion. 2020-04-15 2022-01-13 Not clear
Rosanna Edey, Jennifer Cook, Rebecca Brewer, Geoffrey Bird, Clare Pres. Adults with autism spectrum disorder are sensitive to the kinematic features defining natural human motion. Autism research : official journal of the International Society for Autism Research vol 12 issue 2 2020 30575312 it has been hypothesized that individuals with autism spectrum disorder (hereafter "autism") have problems perceiving biological motion, which contributes to their social difficulties. 2020-02-24 2022-01-13 Not clear
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