Skip to main content
Unpublished Paper
Infants at Risk for ASD Show Aberrant Preferences for Speech at Six to Nine Months
Speech-Language Pathology Faculty Publications
  • Rhea Paul, Sacred Heart University
  • Gerald McRoberts, Yale Child Study Center
  • Katyrzyna Chawarska, Yale Child Study Center
Document Type
Poster
Publication Date
5-1-2011
Abstract

Purpose: To examine auditory preferences for speech stimuli in infants at risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder due to the presence of a diagnosed sibling.

Comments

Poster presented at conferences listed below.

Paul, R., McRoberts, G. Schoen, L., & Chawarska, K. (May 2011). Infants at Risk for ASD Show Aberrant Preferences for Speech at Six to Nine Months. Poster Presented at International Meeting for Autism Research, Philadelphia, PA.

Paul, R., McRoberts, G. & Charwarska, K. (Nov. 2011). Infants at Risk for ASD Show Aberrant Preferences for Speech at Six to Nine Months. Poster Presented at National Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, San Diego, CA.

Citation Information
Paul, R., McRoberts, G. Schoen, L., & Chawarska, K. (May 2011). Infants at Risk for ASD Show Aberrant Preferences for Speech at Six to Nine Months. Poster Presented at International Meeting for Autism Research, Philadelphia, PA.