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1968 2
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1975 12
1976 6
1977 9
1978 13
1979 7
1980 8
1981 9
1982 14
1983 13
1984 21
1985 15
1986 14
1987 19
1988 20
1989 27
1990 12
1991 18
1992 21
1993 22
1994 20
1995 26
1996 28
1997 22
1998 26
1999 39
2000 33
2001 59
2002 84
2003 95
2004 106
2005 129
2006 155
2007 173
2008 222
2009 246
2010 183
2011 202
2012 215
2013 209
2014 162
2015 212
2016 151
2017 123
2018 141
2019 38
2020 1
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Autism, oxytocin and interoception
Quattrocki E and Friston K. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2014 - Review. PMID 25277283 Free PMC article.
Autism is a pervasive developmental disorder characterized by profound social and verbal communication deficits, stereotypical motor behaviors, restricted interests, and cognitive abnormalities. ...
Autism is a pervasive developmental disorder characterized by profound social and verbal communication deficits, stereotypical motor …
Testing the Empathizing-Systemizing theory of sex differences and the Extreme Male Brain theory of autism in half a million people
Greenberg DM, et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2018. PMID 30420503 Free PMC article.
Here we leverage two large datasets (discovery n = 671,606, including 36,648 autistic individuals primarily; and validation n = 14,354, including 226 autistic individuals) to investigate 10 predictions of the E-S and the EMB theories. ...In both datasets, autistic individuals, regardless of their reported sex, on average were "masculinized." Finally, we demonstrate that D-scores (difference between EQ and SQ) account for 19 times more of the variance in autistic traits (43%) than do other demographic variables including sex. ...
Here we leverage two large datasets (discovery n = 671,606, including 36,648 autistic individuals primarily; and validation n = 14,35 …
Is functional brain connectivity atypical in autism? A systematic review of EEG and MEG studies
O'Reilly C, et al. PLoS One 2017 - Review. PMID 28467487 Free PMC article.
OBJECTIVES: 1) To systematically review the literature on EEG/MEG functional and effective connectivity in autism spectrum disorder (ASD), 2) to synthesize and critically appraise findings related with the hypothesis that ASD is characterized by long-range underconnectivity and local overconnectivity, and 3) to provide, based on the literature, an analysis of tentative factors that are likely to mediate association between ASD and atypical connectivity (e.g., development, topography, lateralization). ...
OBJECTIVES: 1) To systematically review the literature on EEG/MEG functional and effective connectivity in autism spectrum disorder ( …
Inhibitory engrams in perception and memory
Barron HC, et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2017 - Review. PMID 28611219 Free PMC article.
Understanding mechanisms that regulate the formation and expression of inhibitory engrams in vivo may help not only to explain key features of cognition but also to provide insight into transdiagnostic traits associated with psychiatric conditions such as autism, schizophrenia, and posttraumatic stress disorder....
Understanding mechanisms that regulate the formation and expression of inhibitory engrams in vivo may help not only to explain key features …
Variability in Autism Symptom Trajectories Using Repeated Observations From 14 to 36 Months of Age
Kim SH, et al. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 2018. PMID 30392625 Free PMC article.
OBJECTIVE: This study examined variability in autism symptom trajectories in toddlers referred for possible autism spectrum disorder (ASD) who had frequent observations from 14 to 36 months of age. ...
OBJECTIVE: This study examined variability in autism symptom trajectories in toddlers referred for possible autism spectrum disorder
[Neurobiological mechanisms of autistic savant and acquired savant].
Zhang Y and Han VZ. Sheng Li Xue Bao 2018 - Review. PMID 29691585 Chinese. Free article.
One of the most fascinating and mysterious features of autism, however, is the remarkable talent frequently found in people affected by it, namely autistic savant. ...Current studies indicate that autistic savant and acquired savant are neuropathologically related, and these disorders share many neurobiological mechanisms. ...
One of the most fascinating and mysterious features of autism, however, is the remarkable talent frequently found in people affected by it, …
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