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Motor anticipation failure in infants with autism: a retrospective analysis of feeding situations

(2012) AUTISM. 16(4). p.420-429
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Previous studies on autism have shown a lack of motor anticipation in children and adults with autism. As part of a programme of research into early detection of autism, we focussed on an everyday situation: spoon-feeding. We hypothesize that an anticipation deficit may be found very early on by observing whether the baby opens his or her mouth in anticipation of the spoon's approach. The study is based on a retrospective analysis from family home movies. Observation of infants later diagnosed with autism or an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) (n = 13) and infants with typical development (n = 14) between 4 and 6 months old show that the autism/ASD group has an early anticipation deficit.
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TASK, IMITATION, RECOGNITION, IDENTIFICATION, AGE, HOME MOVIES, EARLY SYMPTOMS, YOUNG-CHILDREN, EARLY INTERVENTION, SPECTRUM DISORDER, family home movies, anticipation failure, autism, infancy

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Brisson, Julie et al. “Motor Anticipation Failure in Infants with Autism: a Retrospective Analysis of Feeding Situations.” AUTISM 16.4 (2012): 420–429. Print.
APA
Brisson, J., Warreyn, P., Serres, J., Foussier, S., & Adrien-Louis, J. (2012). Motor anticipation failure in infants with autism: a retrospective analysis of feeding situations. AUTISM, 16(4), 420–429.
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Brisson, Julie, Petra Warreyn, Josette Serres, Stephane Foussier, and Jean Adrien-Louis. 2012. “Motor Anticipation Failure in Infants with Autism: a Retrospective Analysis of Feeding Situations.” Autism 16 (4): 420–429.
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Brisson, Julie, Petra Warreyn, Josette Serres, Stephane Foussier, and Jean Adrien-Louis. 2012. “Motor Anticipation Failure in Infants with Autism: a Retrospective Analysis of Feeding Situations.” Autism 16 (4): 420–429.
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Brisson J, Warreyn P, Serres J, Foussier S, Adrien-Louis J. Motor anticipation failure in infants with autism: a retrospective analysis of feeding situations. AUTISM. 2012;16(4):420–9.
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J. Brisson, P. Warreyn, J. Serres, S. Foussier, and J. Adrien-Louis, “Motor anticipation failure in infants with autism: a retrospective analysis of feeding situations,” AUTISM, vol. 16, no. 4, pp. 420–429, 2012.
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  abstract     = {Previous studies on autism have shown a lack of motor anticipation in children and adults with autism. As part of a programme of research into early detection of autism, we focussed on an everyday situation: spoon-feeding. We hypothesize that an anticipation deficit may be found very early on by observing whether the baby opens his or her mouth in anticipation of the spoon's approach. The study is based on a retrospective analysis from family home movies. Observation of infants later diagnosed with autism or an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) (n = 13) and infants with typical development (n = 14) between 4 and 6 months old show that the autism/ASD group has an early anticipation deficit.},
  author       = {Brisson, Julie and Warreyn, Petra and Serres, Josette and Foussier, Stephane and Adrien-Louis, Jean},
  issn         = {1362-3613},
  journal      = {AUTISM},
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  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
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  title        = {Motor anticipation failure in infants with autism: a retrospective analysis of feeding situations},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1362361311423385},
  volume       = {16},
  year         = {2012},
}

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