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Longitudinal Predictors of Functioning in Children with ASD
Speech-Language Pathology Faculty Publications
  • Alli Smith, University of the South
  • Megan Lyons, Yale Child Study Center
  • Katherine Tsatsanis
  • Rhea Paul, Sacred Heart University
Document Type
Poster
Publication Date
1-1-2015
Abstract
Objective: To examine whether maternal education and number of intervention hours are correlated and/or predictive of a range of developmental outcomes in a longitudinal cohort of children diagnosed with ASD.
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Preparation of this paper was supported by Research Grant 2P01 HD003008-38 funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)-Developmental Processes, Trajectories, and Predictors of Outcome in a Longitudinal Cohort.

Citation Information
Alli Smith, Megan Lyons, Katherine Tsatsanis and Rhea Paul. "Longitudinal Predictors of Functioning in Children with ASD" (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/rhea_paul/92/