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Adaptive Behaviour and Cognitive Skills: Stability and Change from 7 Months to 7 Years in Siblings at High Familial Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Adaptive Behaviour and Cognitive Skills : Stability and Change from 7 Months to 7 Years in Siblings at High Familial Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder. / the BASIS TEAM ; Salomone, Erica; Shephard, Elizabeth; Milosavljevic, Bosiljka; Johnson, Mark H.; Charman, Tony; Baron-Cohen, Simon; Bedford, Rachael; Bolton, Patrick; Chandler, Susie; Elsabbagh, Mayada; Fernandes, Janice; Garwood, Holly; Gliga, Teodora; Hudry, Kristelle; Jones, Emily J.H.; Pasco, Greg; Pickles, Andrew; Tucker, Leslie; Volein, Agnes.

In: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Vol. 48, No. 9, 09.2018, p. 2901–2911.

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the BASIS TEAM, Salomone, E, Shephard, E, Milosavljevic, B, Johnson, MH, Charman, T, Baron-Cohen, S, Bedford, R, Bolton, P, Chandler, S, Elsabbagh, M, Fernandes, J, Garwood, H, Gliga, T, Hudry, K, Jones, EJH, Pasco, G, Pickles, A, Tucker, L & Volein, A 2018, 'Adaptive Behaviour and Cognitive Skills: Stability and Change from 7 Months to 7 Years in Siblings at High Familial Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder', Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, vol. 48, no. 9, pp. 2901–2911. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10803-018-3554-5

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the BASIS TEAM, Salomone, E., Shephard, E., Milosavljevic, B., Johnson, M. H., Charman, T., ... Volein, A. (2018). Adaptive Behaviour and Cognitive Skills: Stability and Change from 7 Months to 7 Years in Siblings at High Familial Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 48(9), 2901–2911. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10803-018-3554-5

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the BASIS TEAM, Salomone E, Shephard E, Milosavljevic B, Johnson MH, Charman T et al. Adaptive Behaviour and Cognitive Skills: Stability and Change from 7 Months to 7 Years in Siblings at High Familial Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 2018 Sep;48(9):2901–2911. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10803-018-3554-5

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the BASIS TEAM ; Salomone, Erica ; Shephard, Elizabeth ; Milosavljevic, Bosiljka ; Johnson, Mark H. ; Charman, Tony ; Baron-Cohen, Simon ; Bedford, Rachael ; Bolton, Patrick ; Chandler, Susie ; Elsabbagh, Mayada ; Fernandes, Janice ; Garwood, Holly ; Gliga, Teodora ; Hudry, Kristelle ; Jones, Emily J.H. ; Pasco, Greg ; Pickles, Andrew ; Tucker, Leslie ; Volein, Agnes. / Adaptive Behaviour and Cognitive Skills : Stability and Change from 7 Months to 7 Years in Siblings at High Familial Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder. In: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 2018 ; Vol. 48, No. 9. pp. 2901–2911.

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title = "Adaptive Behaviour and Cognitive Skills: Stability and Change from 7 Months to 7 Years in Siblings at High Familial Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder",
abstract = "Cognitive and adaptive behaviour abilities early in life provide important clinical prognostic information. We examined stability of such skills in children at high familial risk for ASD who either met diagnostic criteria for ASD at age 7 years (HR-ASD, n = 15) or did not (HR-non-ASD, n = 24) and low-risk control children (LR, n = 37), prospectively studied from infancy. For both HR groups, cognitive skills were consistently lower across time than those of LR children. HR-ASD children showed increasing difficulties in adaptive behaviour over time compared to LR children, while the HR-non-ASD children showed no such difficulties. This pattern of change may inform our understanding of developmental profiles of HR siblings beyond core ASD symptoms.",
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AU - the BASIS TEAM

AU - Salomone, Erica

AU - Shephard, Elizabeth

AU - Milosavljevic, Bosiljka

AU - Johnson, Mark H.

AU - Charman, Tony

AU - Baron-Cohen, Simon

AU - Bedford, Rachael

AU - Bolton, Patrick

AU - Chandler, Susie

AU - Elsabbagh, Mayada

AU - Fernandes, Janice

AU - Garwood, Holly

AU - Gliga, Teodora

AU - Hudry, Kristelle

AU - Jones, Emily J.H.

AU - Pasco, Greg

AU - Pickles, Andrew

AU - Tucker, Leslie

AU - Volein, Agnes

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N2 - Cognitive and adaptive behaviour abilities early in life provide important clinical prognostic information. We examined stability of such skills in children at high familial risk for ASD who either met diagnostic criteria for ASD at age 7 years (HR-ASD, n = 15) or did not (HR-non-ASD, n = 24) and low-risk control children (LR, n = 37), prospectively studied from infancy. For both HR groups, cognitive skills were consistently lower across time than those of LR children. HR-ASD children showed increasing difficulties in adaptive behaviour over time compared to LR children, while the HR-non-ASD children showed no such difficulties. This pattern of change may inform our understanding of developmental profiles of HR siblings beyond core ASD symptoms.

AB - Cognitive and adaptive behaviour abilities early in life provide important clinical prognostic information. We examined stability of such skills in children at high familial risk for ASD who either met diagnostic criteria for ASD at age 7 years (HR-ASD, n = 15) or did not (HR-non-ASD, n = 24) and low-risk control children (LR, n = 37), prospectively studied from infancy. For both HR groups, cognitive skills were consistently lower across time than those of LR children. HR-ASD children showed increasing difficulties in adaptive behaviour over time compared to LR children, while the HR-non-ASD children showed no such difficulties. This pattern of change may inform our understanding of developmental profiles of HR siblings beyond core ASD symptoms.

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