Atypical Cognitive Deficits in Developmental Disorders: Implications for Brain Function

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Subject Index
A
Autism
cerebellar abnormalities in, 101-115
cognitive deficits in, 93-94, 104-105, 143-145
contrast with Williams syndrome, 46-47, 51-52
core behavioral deficits, 140-141, 153, 170-171, 287-289
definitions of, 88, 93, 116, 147, 159, 172
delay and deviance in, 169-172
developmental changes in, 141-142, 162-166
emotional responsiveness in, 147-151
history and clarification of, 88-94
impairment in shifting attention in, 115-125 and social and cognitive deficit, 131-132
interventions in, 139, 154
neurofunctional deficits in, 166-169
psychobiological research models for, 94-97
severity indices of, 159-162
social interactions in, 94, 131-132, 145-147
social impairment, scales of, 161-163
subgroups in, 153-154, 161, 172-173
theoretical models for, 172-178
theory of mind in, 94, 146-147, 169
B
Brain-behavior relationships in children
history of, 298-305
syndrome approach to, 245-246, 283
C
Classification of CNS disorders, importance of, 305-307, 320-322
D
Developmental perspective, value of, 67-69, 139, 153-154
Dopamine receptors, 12
Down syndrome
and autism, 142
and Williams syndrome, 25-28, 42-46, 50-52, 57-59, 61-65, 290, 293
Dyslexia, 291, 303-304
E
Event-related potential technique, 48, 69, 71-72, 218-219, 222

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