Research Papers

Cradling bias is absent in children with autism spectrum disorders

Published in: Journal of Child & Adolescent Mental Health
Volume 25, issue 1, 2013 , pages: 55–60
DOI: 10.2989/17280583.2013.767262
Author(s): Lea-Ann PileggiApplied Cognitive Science and Experimental Neuropsychology Team Laboratory (ACSENT Laboratory), Department of Psychology, South Africa, Susan Malcolm-SmithApplied Cognitive Science and Experimental Neuropsychology Team Laboratory (ACSENT Laboratory), Department of Psychology, South Africa, Michelle HoogenhoutApplied Cognitive Science and Experimental Neuropsychology Team Laboratory (ACSENT Laboratory), Department of Psychology, South Africa, KevinGF ThomasApplied Cognitive Science and Experimental Neuropsychology Team Laboratory (ACSENT Laboratory), Department of Psychology, South Africa, Mark SolmsApplied Cognitive Science and Experimental Neuropsychology Team Laboratory (ACSENT Laboratory), Department of Psychology, South Africa

Abstract

Objective: This study investigated relations among empathy and cradling bias in children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs).

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