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Understanding the mechanisms behind deficits in imitation: do individuals with autism know 'what' to imitate and do they know 'how' to imitate?

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BIOLOGICAL MOTION, SPECTRUM DISORDERS, MIRROR NEURON DYSFUNCTION, MOTOR IMITATION, ASPERGERS-SYNDROME, ACCIDENTAL ACTIONS, GESTURE IMITATION, INFANTILE-AUTISM, SOCIAL COGNITION, PRETEND PLAY, Imitation, Underlying mechanisms, Selection processes, Correspondence processes

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Vanvuchelen, Marleen, Lise Van Schuerbeeck, Herbert Roeyers, and Willy De Weerdt. 2013. “Understanding the Mechanisms Behind Deficits in Imitation: Do Individuals with Autism Know ‘What’ to Imitate and Do They Know ‘How’ to Imitate?” Research in Developmental Disabilities 34 (1): 538–545.
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Vanvuchelen, Marleen, Van Schuerbeeck, L., Roeyers, H., & De Weerdt, W. (2013). Understanding the mechanisms behind deficits in imitation: do individuals with autism know “what” to imitate and do they know “how” to imitate? RESEARCH IN DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, 34(1), 538–545.
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Vanvuchelen M, Van Schuerbeeck L, Roeyers H, De Weerdt W. Understanding the mechanisms behind deficits in imitation: do individuals with autism know “what” to imitate and do they know “how” to imitate? RESEARCH IN DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES. 2013;34(1):538–45.
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Vanvuchelen, Marleen, Lise Van Schuerbeeck, Herbert Roeyers, et al. “Understanding the Mechanisms Behind Deficits in Imitation: Do Individuals with Autism Know ‘What’ to Imitate and Do They Know ‘How’ to Imitate?” RESEARCH IN DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 34.1 (2013): 538–545. Print.
@article{3184121,
  author       = {Vanvuchelen, Marleen and Van Schuerbeeck, Lise and Roeyers, Herbert and De Weerdt, Willy},
  issn         = {0891-4222},
  journal      = {RESEARCH IN DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES},
  keyword      = {BIOLOGICAL MOTION,SPECTRUM DISORDERS,MIRROR NEURON DYSFUNCTION,MOTOR IMITATION,ASPERGERS-SYNDROME,ACCIDENTAL ACTIONS,GESTURE IMITATION,INFANTILE-AUTISM,SOCIAL COGNITION,PRETEND PLAY,Imitation,Underlying mechanisms,Selection processes,Correspondence processes},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {538--545},
  title        = {Understanding the mechanisms behind deficits in imitation: do individuals with autism know 'what' to imitate and do they know 'how' to imitate?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ridd.2012.09.016},
  volume       = {34},
  year         = {2013},
}

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