All Relations between Autism Spectrum Disorder and cross-modal perception

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Dimitria Electra Gatzia, Sarah Arnau. Loving Objects: Can Autism Explain Objectophilia? Archives of sexual behavior vol issue 2022 35536491 we examine four hypotheses about the determinants of objectophilia (pertaining to fetishism, synesthesia, cross-modal mental imagery, and autism) and argue that the most likely determining factors of objectophilia are the social and non-social features of autism. 2022-05-10 2022-05-12 Not clear
Jordan Belisle, Kate Huggins, Meghan Doherty, Caleb R Stanley, Mark R Dixo. Generalized Reflexive Responding and Cross-Modal Tactile Transfer of Stimulus Function in Children with Autism. The Analysis of verbal behavior vol 36 issue 2 2021 33381382 generalized reflexive responding and cross-modal tactile transfer of stimulus function in children with autism. 2021-11-18 2022-01-13 Not clear
Melina J West, Anthony J Angwin, David A Copland, Wendy L Arnott, Nicole L Nelso. Cross-modal emotion recognition and autism-like traits in typically developing children. Journal of experimental child psychology vol 191 issue 2021 31783253 these results suggest that 7- to 9-year-old children have difficulty in integrating vocal and facial emotional expressions but that differences in cross-modal emotion matching in relation to the broader autism phenotype are not evident in this task for this age group with the current sample. 2021-02-26 2022-01-13 Not clear
Magdalena Ewa Kr\\xc3\\xb3l, Kinga Feren. Silent shapes and shapeless sounds: the robustness of the diminished crossmodal correspondences effect in autism spectrum conditions. Psychological research vol 84 issue 6 2020 30864001 silent shapes and shapeless sounds: the robustness of the diminished crossmodal correspondences effect in autism spectrum conditions. 2020-12-04 2022-01-13 Not clear
Magdalena Ewa Kr\\xc3\\xb3l, Kinga Feren. Silent shapes and shapeless sounds: the robustness of the diminished crossmodal correspondences effect in autism spectrum conditions. Psychological research vol 84 issue 6 2020 30864001 the aim of the study was to test the robustness of the diminished crossmodal correspondences effect in autism, but also to verify whether this effect is not an artifact of differences in intelligence. 2020-12-04 2022-01-13 Not clear
Tanner Sorensen, Emily Zane, Tiantian Feng, Shrikanth Narayanan, Ruth Grossma. Cross-Modal Coordination of Face-Directed Gaze and Emotional Speech Production in School-Aged Children and Adolescents with ASD. Scientific reports vol 9 issue 1 2020 31797950 the objective of the present study was to characterize the dynamic relation between speech production and facial expression in children with autism and to establish how face-directed gaze modulates this cross-modal coordination. 2020-11-11 2022-01-13 Not clear
Tanner Sorensen, Emily Zane, Tiantian Feng, Shrikanth Narayanan, Ruth Grossma. Cross-Modal Coordination of Face-Directed Gaze and Emotional Speech Production in School-Aged Children and Adolescents with ASD. Scientific reports vol 9 issue 1 2020 31797950 in sum, social communication difficulties in autism spectrum disorder may involve deficits in cross-modal coordination. 2020-11-11 2022-01-13 Not clear
Tanner Sorensen, Emily Zane, Tiantian Feng, Shrikanth Narayanan, Ruth Grossma. Cross-Modal Coordination of Face-Directed Gaze and Emotional Speech Production in School-Aged Children and Adolescents with ASD. Scientific reports vol 9 issue 1 2020 31797950 although these difficulties affect both verbal and nonverbal communication, there are no quantitative behavioral studies to date investigating the cross-modal coordination of verbal and nonverbal communication in autism. 2020-11-11 2022-01-13 Not clear
Ying Huang, Miranda Kit-Yi Wong, Wan-Yi Lam, Chun-Ho Cheng, Wing-Chee S. Gestures in Storytelling by Preschool Chinese-Speaking Children With and Without Autism. Frontiers in psychology vol 11 issue 2020 33013608 results showed the impairments in integrating the cross-modal semantic information in children with autism. 2020-10-06 2022-01-13 Not clear
Genevi\\xc3\\xa8ve Charbonneau, Armando Bertone, Marie V\\xc3\\xa9ronneau, Simon Girard, Maxime Pelland, Laurent Mottron, Franco Lepore, Olivier Colligno. Within- and Cross-Modal Integration and Attention in the Autism Spectrum. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 50 issue 1 2020 31538259 within- and cross-modal integration and attention in the autism spectrum. 2020-03-30 2022-01-13 Not clear
Ian Tyndall, Liam Ragless, Denis O'Hor. Effects of perceptual load and socially meaningful stimuli on crossmodal selective attention in Autism Spectrum Disorder and neurotypical samples. Consciousness and cognition vol 60 issue 2019 29522997 effects of perceptual load and socially meaningful stimuli on crossmodal selective attention in autism spectrum disorder and neurotypical samples. 2019-06-20 2022-01-13 Not clear
Brandon Keehn, Marissa Westerfield, Jeanne Townsen. Brief Report: Cross-Modal Capture: Preliminary Evidence of Inefficient Filtering in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 49 issue 1 2019 30014248 brief report: cross-modal capture: preliminary evidence of inefficient filtering in children with autism spectrum disorder. 2019-03-05 2022-01-13 Not clear
Daniel Poole, Emma Gowen, Paul A Warren, Ellen Poliakof. Brief Report: Which Came First? Exploring Crossmodal Temporal Order Judgements and Their Relationship with Sensory Reactivity in Autism and Neurotypicals. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 47 issue 1 2017 27704294 exploring crossmodal temporal order judgements and their relationship with sensory reactivity in autism and neurotypicals. 2017-10-10 2022-01-12 Not clear
Sarah M Haigh, David J Heeger, Laurie M Heller, Akshat Gupta, Ilan Dinstein, Nancy J Minshew, Marlene Behrman. No difference in cross-modal attention or sensory discrimination thresholds in autism and matched controls. Vision research vol 121 issue 2016 26940029 no difference in cross-modal attention or sensory discrimination thresholds in autism and matched controls. 2016-12-13 2022-01-12 Not clear
Tatiane C Ribeiro, Claudia A Valasek, Ludovico Minati, Paulo S Boggi. Altered semantic integration in autism beyond language: a cross-modal event-related potentials study. Neuroreport vol 24 issue 8 2013 23629689 altered semantic integration in autism beyond language: a cross-modal event-related potentials study. 2013-11-14 2022-01-12 Not clear
Pierre Maurage, Salvatore Campanell. Experimental and clinical usefulness of crossmodal paradigms in psychiatry: an illustration from emotional processing in alcohol-dependence. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 7 issue 2013 23898250 paradoxically however, and while difficulties to perform this integrative process have been suggested in a large range of psychopathological states (e.g., schizophrenia and autism), these crossmodal paradigms have been very rarely used in the exploration of psychiatric populations. 2013-07-30 2022-01-12 Not clear
Phil Reed, Julia McCarth. Cross-modal attention-switching is impaired in autism spectrum disorders. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 42 issue 6 2012 21720723 cross-modal attention-switching is impaired in autism spectrum disorders. 2012-10-05 2022-01-12 Not clear
Nicole David, Till R Schneider, Kai Vogeley, Andreas K Enge. Impairments in multisensory processing are not universal to the autism spectrum: no evidence for crossmodal priming deficits in Asperger syndrome. Autism research : official journal of the International Society for Autism Research vol 4 issue 5 2012 21882310 impairments in multisensory processing are not universal to the autism spectrum: no evidence for crossmodal priming deficits in asperger syndrome. 2012-02-14 2022-01-12 Not clear
K T Ciesielski, J E Knight, R J Prince, R J Harris, S D Handmake. Event-related potentials in cross-modal divided attention in autism. Neuropsychologia vol 33 issue 2 1995 7746366 event-related potentials in cross-modal divided attention in autism. 1995-06-14 2022-01-10 Not clear
K T Ciesielski, J E Knight, R J Prince, R J Harris, S D Handmake. Event-related potentials in cross-modal divided attention in autism. Neuropsychologia vol 33 issue 2 1995 7746366 detecting targets by the autism group in the cross-modal divided attention condition was more difficult (longer rts, lower % of correct detections) than attending to one modality. 1995-06-14 2022-01-10 Not clear
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