Experts question data showing that an experimental therapy that parents deliver to babies with early signs of autism can lessen the intensity of the children’s traits and lower their chances of diagnosis at age 3.
Tag: behavioral interventions
For 40 years, the preponderance of autism research has focused on understanding the causes and characteristics of the condition rather than testing assessments or interventions in community settings.
In this edition of Null and Noteworthy, researchers open the case on acetaminophen and close it on oxytocin.
Young autistic children with sleep troubles tend to have difficulty regulating their behavior later in childhood.
Multiple types of bias and an overreliance on caregiver reports have clouded research on the effectiveness of early interventions for autism for nearly three decades.