All Relations between Autism Spectrum Disorder and pragmatics

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Dorothy V M Bishop, Courtenay Frazier Norbur. Executive functions in children with communication impairments, in relation to autistic symptomatology. 1: Generativity. Autism : the international journal of research and practice vol 9 issue 1 2005 15618260 we assessed generativity in children with pragmatic language impairment (pli) who showed communicative abnormalities resembling those seen in autism. 2005-05-31 2022-01-12 Not clear
Dorothy V M Bishop, Courtenay Frazier Norbur. Executive functions in children with communication impairments, in relation to autistic symptomatology. 2: Response inhibition. Autism : the international journal of research and practice vol 9 issue 1 2005 15618261 we compared four groups: high-functioning autism; pragmatic language impairment; specific language impairment; and control. 2005-05-31 2022-01-12 Not clear
Edna Carter Young, Joshua J Diehl, Danielle Morris, Susan L Hyman, Loisa Bennett. The use of two language tests to identify pragmatic language problems in children with autism spectrum disorders. Language, speech, and hearing services in schools vol 36 issue 1 2005 15801508 the use of two language tests to identify pragmatic language problems in children with autism spectrum disorders. 2005-05-10 2022-01-12 Not clear
Hilde M Geurts, Sylvie Vert\\xc3\\xa9, Jaap Oosterlaan, Herbert Roeyers, Catharina A Hartman, Erik J Mulder, Ina A Berckelaer-Onnes, Joseph A Sergean. Can the Children's Communication Checklist differentiate between children with autism, children with ADHD, and normal controls? Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines vol 45 issue 8 2005 15482504 two studies are reported, which were designed to investigate: (1) whether children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (adhd) encounter pragmatic language problems in comparison with normal controls (nc), (2) whether children with adhd and children with high functioning autism (hfa) can be differentiated using the ccc, (3) the usefulness of the ccc for parents and teachers in a clinical and in a research setting, and (4) the role of age in pragmatic language use in adhd and hfa. 2005-02-08 2022-01-12 Not clear
Jacob A Burack, Grace Iarocci, Tara D Flanagan, Dermot M Bowle. On mosaics and melting pots: conceptual considerations of comparison and matching strategies. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 34 issue 1 2004 15098959 conceptual and pragmatic issues relevant to the study of persons with autism are addressed within the context of comparison groups and matching strategies. 2004-12-21 2022-01-12 Not clear
Rhea Paul, Stephanie Miles, Domenic Cicchetti, Sara Sparrow, Ami Klin, Fred Volkmar, Megan Coflin, Shelley Booke. Adaptive behavior in autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified: microanalysis of scores on the Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 34 issue 2 2004 15162940 findings indicate that the major area of difference between children with autism and those with pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified, was expressive communication; specifically, the use of elaborations in syntax and morphology and in pragmatic use of language to convey and to seek information in discourse. 2004-12-21 2022-01-12 Not clear
Joanne Volde. Conversational repair in speakers with autism spectrum disorder. International journal of language & communication disorders vol 39 issue 2 2004 15204450 the ability to repair communicative breakdown is an important pragmatic language skill, yet very little is known about it in the population of children with autism spectrum disorder (asd). 2004-09-09 2022-01-12 Not clear
Suzanne Barrett, Margot Prior, Janine Manjivion. Children on the borderlands of autism: differential characteristics in social, imaginative, communicative and repetitive behaviour domains. Autism : the international journal of research and practice vol 8 issue 1 2004 15070548 the children with autism showed greater deficits in joint attention, functional play and pragmatic language, and engaged in more repetitive behaviours, than the language disordered children. 2004-06-08 2022-01-12 Not clear
Courtenay Frazier Norbury, Dorothy V M Bisho. Narrative skills of children with communication impairments. International journal of language & communication disorders vol 38 issue 3 2003 12851080 comparing these two groups of children with children who exhibit pragmatic language impairment without autism may help to clarify these issues. 2003-10-07 2022-01-11 Not clear
Nicola Botting, Gina Conti-Ramsde. Autism, primary pragmatic difficulties, and specific language impairment: can we distinguish them using psycholinguistic markers? Developmental medicine and child neurology vol 45 issue 8 2003 12882530 autism, primary pragmatic difficulties, and specific language impairment: can we distinguish them using psycholinguistic markers? 2003-08-26 2022-01-11 Not clear
Ingerith Martin, Skye McDonal. Weak coherence, no theory of mind, or executive dysfunction? Solving the puzzle of pragmatic language disorders. Brain and language vol 85 issue 3 2003 12744957 deficits in pragmatic language ability are common to a number of clinical populations, for example, right-hemisphere damage (rhd), autism and traumatic brain injury (tbi). 2003-07-30 2022-01-11 Not clear
Janine Michelotti, Tony Charman, Vicky Slonims, Gillian Bair. Follow-up of children with language delay and features of autism from preschool years to middle childhood. Developmental medicine and child neurology vol 44 issue 12 2002 12455857 severity of social communication impairments and repetitive behaviours at time 1, rated retrospectively from case notes, were associated with severity of autism symptoms and pragmatic competence at time 2. 2002-12-20 2022-01-11 Not clear
Courtenay Frazier Norbury, Dorothy V M Bisho. Inferential processing and story recall in children with communication problems: a comparison of specific language impairment, pragmatic language impairment and high-functioning autism. International journal of language & communication disorders vol 37 issue 3 2002 12201976 inferential processing and story recall in children with communication problems: a comparison of specific language impairment, pragmatic language impairment and high-functioning autism. 2002-10-18 2022-01-11 Not clear
Courtenay Frazier Norbury, Dorothy V M Bisho. Inferential processing and story recall in children with communication problems: a comparison of specific language impairment, pragmatic language impairment and high-functioning autism. International journal of language & communication disorders vol 37 issue 3 2002 12201976 an investigation is reported into the story comprehension abilities of four groups of children: those with typical specific language impairment (sli-t), those with pragmatic language impairments who were not autistic (pli), those with high-functioning autism (hfa) and typically developing controls. 2002-10-18 2022-01-11 Not clear
Courtenay Frazier Norbury, Dorothy V M Bisho. Inferential processing and story recall in children with communication problems: a comparison of specific language impairment, pragmatic language impairment and high-functioning autism. International journal of language & communication disorders vol 37 issue 3 2002 12201976 the pragmatic deficits seen in autism compromise this process. 2002-10-18 2022-01-11 Not clear
D V Bishop, G Bair. Parent and teacher report of pragmatic aspects of communication: use of the children's communication checklist in a clinical setting. Developmental medicine and child neurology vol 43 issue 12 2002 11769267 for both parents and professionals, the pragmatic composite was lowest for children with a diagnosis of autism; intermediate for those with a diagnosis of asperger syndrome, pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified or attention-deficit-hyperactivity disorder (adhd); and highest for those with a diagnosis of specific learning disability. 2002-01-14 2022-01-11 Not clear
M Dennis, A L Lazenby, L Lockye. Inferential language in high-function children with autism. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 31 issue 1 2001 11439753 in this paper, we explored the general hypothesis that high-function children with autism make some, but not all, of the pragmatic inferences necessary for successful communication, even when they have the ability to perform noninferential language tasks. 2001-12-04 2022-01-11 Not clear
M Dennis, A L Lazenby, L Lockye. Inferential language in high-function children with autism. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 31 issue 1 2001 11439753 we contrasted the ability of 8 high-function children with autism (each with verbal iq > 70) and typically developing children to use and understand: pragmatic inferences about given or presupposed knowledge in mental state words; pragmatic inferences about new or implied knowledge in mental state words; bridging inferences essential for coherence; elaborative inferences involved in enriching a communication by means of figurative language; and the intentional inferences involved in speech acts. 2001-12-04 2022-01-11 Not clear
L K Koege. Interventions to facilitate communication in autism. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 30 issue 5 2001 11098873 six general themes are discussed, including (a) increasing spontaneity, initiations, and the variety of functions of language verbal and nonverbal children with autism exhibit; (b) assessing and teaching precursors relating to positive outcome; (c) the importance of family involvement in intervention programs; (d) best practices for implementation of communicative interventions; (e) the interrelationship between language and other behavioral symptoms of autism; and (f) the social and pragmatic use of language. 2001-06-28 2022-01-11 Not clear
S E Folstein, S L Santangelo, S E Gilman, J Piven, R Landa, J Lainhart, J Hein, M Wzore. Predictors of cognitive test patterns in autism families. Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines vol 40 issue 7 1999 10576540 in a case-control study of cognitive performance, tests of intelligence, reading, spelling, and pragmatic language were administered to the parents and siblings of 90 community-ascertained probands with autism (au group) and to the parents and siblings of 40 similarly ascertained probands with trisomy 21 down syndrome (ds group). 1999-12-10 2022-01-10 Not clear
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