All Relations between Autism Spectrum Disorder and pragmatics

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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 parents with a positive history also scored worse on a measure of pragmatic language,the pragmatic rating scale, but not on measures of social-related components of the broader autism phenotype. 1999-12-10 2022-01-10 Not clear
J Piven, P Palmer, R Landa, S Santangelo, D Jacobi, D Childres. Personality and language characteristics in parents from multiple-incidence autism families. American journal of medical genetics vol 74 issue 4 1997 9259376 multiple-incidence autism parents had higher rates of particular personality characteristics (rigidity, aloofness, hypersensitivity to criticism, and anxiousness), speech and pragmatic language deficits, and more limited friendships than parents in the comparison group. 1997-11-06 2022-01-10 Not clear
C Ramberg, S Ehlers, A Nyd\\xc3\\xa9n, M Johansson, C Gillber. Language and pragmatic functions in school-age children on the autism spectrum. European journal of disorders of communication : the journal of the College of Speech and Language Therapists, London vol 31 issue 4 1997 9059572 language and pragmatic functions in school-age children on the autism spectrum. 1997-03-20 2022-01-10 Not clear
C Ramberg, S Ehlers, A Nyd\\xc3\\xa9n, M Johansson, C Gillber. Language and pragmatic functions in school-age children on the autism spectrum. European journal of disorders of communication : the journal of the College of Speech and Language Therapists, London vol 31 issue 4 1997 9059572 this study examined group differences in language and pragmatic functions across sex-, age- and iq-matched samples of asperger syndrome (n = 22), high-functioning autism (n = 11), deficits in attention, motor control and perception (damp) (n = 11), and speech and language disorder (sld) (n = 11) groups. 1997-03-20 2022-01-10 Not clear
C Ramberg, S Ehlers, A Nyd\\xc3\\xa9n, M Johansson, C Gillber. Language and pragmatic functions in school-age children on the autism spectrum. European journal of disorders of communication : the journal of the College of Speech and Language Therapists, London vol 31 issue 4 1997 9059572 the findings suggest that asperger syndrome may be associated with higher full-scale and verbal iq than high-functioning autism; asperger syndrome may not be associated with better pragmatic skills (as defined in this context) than high-functioning autism; language comprehension may not clearly separate asperger syndrome and high-functioning autism once the effects of very low iq are partialled out; both damp and sld can be distinctly separated from asperger syndrome and autism. 1997-03-20 2022-01-10 Not clear
S Ozonoff, J N Mille. An exploration of right-hemisphere contributions to the pragmatic impairments of autism. Brain and language vol 52 issue 3 1996 8653388 an exploration of right-hemisphere contributions to the pragmatic impairments of autism. 1996-07-30 2022-01-10 Not clear
S Ozonoff, J N Mille. An exploration of right-hemisphere contributions to the pragmatic impairments of autism. Brain and language vol 52 issue 3 1996 8653388 pragmatic language measures sensitive to right-hemisphere damage were administered to nonretarded adults with autism and to controls matched on age and intellectual ability. 1996-07-30 2022-01-10 Not clear
M J Eale. Pragmatic impairments in adults with childhood diagnoses of autism or developmental receptive language disorder. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 23 issue 4 1994 8106302 pragmatic impairments in adults with childhood diagnoses of autism or developmental receptive language disorder. 1994-03-23 2022-01-10 Not clear
M J Eale. Pragmatic impairments in adults with childhood diagnoses of autism or developmental receptive language disorder. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 23 issue 4 1994 8106302 subjects with autism showed substantially greater pragmatic impairment not explicable by generalized impairment of verbal skills. 1994-03-23 2022-01-10 Not clear
S L Brook, D M Bowle. Autism by another name? Semantic and pragmatic impairments in children. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 22 issue 1 1992 1592765 the literature on children with language disorders that are characterized by semantic and pragmatic impairments is reviewed and the conclusion is drawn that some of these conditions may stem from the same fundamental cognitive and interpersonal difficulties that are found in early childhood autism. 1992-07-01 2022-01-10 Not clear
S L Brook, D M Bowle. Autism by another name? Semantic and pragmatic impairments in children. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 22 issue 1 1992 1592765 a summary is presented of recent relevant research and theory in the field of autism and suggestions are offered on how these ideas might be applied to children showing semantic and pragmatic difficulties. 1992-07-01 2022-01-10 Not clear
R Landa, J Piven, M M Wzorek, J O Gayle, G A Chase, S E Folstei. Social language use in parents of autistic individuals. Psychological medicine vol 22 issue 1 1992 1574562 autism parents displayed atypical pragmatic behaviours more often than controls. 1992-06-04 2022-01-10 Not clear
R Landa, J Piven, M M Wzorek, J O Gayle, G A Chase, S E Folstei. Social language use in parents of autistic individuals. Psychological medicine vol 22 issue 1 1992 1574562 the pragmatic features observed in some autism parents are milder but conceptually similar to the social language deficits of autism. 1992-06-04 2022-01-10 Not clear
J K Buitelaar, H van Engeland, K H de Kogel, H de Vries, J A van Hoof. Differences in the structure of social behaviour of autistic children and non-autistic retarded controls. Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines vol 32 issue 6 1992 1744201 the findings confirmed the notion of social and pragmatic communicative deficits in autism. 1992-01-13 2022-01-10 Not clear
K A Loveland, S H Landry, S O Hughes, S K Hall, R E McEvo. Speech acts and the pragmatic deficits of autism. Journal of speech and hearing research vol 31 issue 4 1989 3230889 speech acts and the pragmatic deficits of autism. 1989-04-14 2022-01-10 Not clear
S Baron-Cohe. Social and pragmatic deficits in autism: cognitive or affective? Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 18 issue 3 1988 3049519 social and pragmatic deficits in autism: cognitive or affective? 1988-11-23 2022-01-10 Not clear
S Baron-Cohe. Social and pragmatic deficits in autism: cognitive or affective? Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 18 issue 3 1988 3049519 although the affective theory makes better sense of the results from emotional recognition tasks, the cognitive theory predicts the particular pattern of impaired and unimpaired social skills in autism, as well as the pragmatic deficits. 1988-11-23 2022-01-10 Not clear
F Curcio, J Pacci. Conversations with autistic children: contingent relationships between features of adult input and children's response adequacy. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 17 issue 1 1987 3571145 the findings are discussed in terms of pragmatic deficits associated with autism and implications for intervention with this population. 1987-06-16 2022-01-10 Not clear
H Tager-Flusber. On the nature of linguistic functioning in early infantile autism. Journal of autism and developmental disorders vol 11 issue 1 1986 6927698 despite certain methodological weaknesses, the research consistently shows that phonological and syntactic development follow the same course as in normal children and in other disordered groups, though at a slowed rate, while semantic and pragmatic functioning may be specially deficient in autism. 1986-12-30 2022-01-10 Not clear
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