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An investigation into social information processing in young people with Asperger syndrome.
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An investigation into social information processing in young people with Asperger syndrome.

作者: AM Flood 有關機構: Manchester Learning Disability Partnership, UK.; Julian Hare D; P Wallis
版本/格式: 文章 文章 : 英語
刊登於:Autism : the international journal of research and practice, 2011 Sep; 15(5): 601-24
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Deficits in social functioning are a core feature of autistic spectrum disorders (ASD), being linked to various cognitive and developmental factors, but there has been little attempt to draw on normative models of social cognition to understand social behaviour in ASD. The current study explored the utility of Crick and Dodge's (1994) information processing model to studying social cognition in ASD, and examined  再讀一些...
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所有的作者/貢獻者: AM Flood 有關機構: Manchester Learning Disability Partnership, UK.; Julian Hare D; P Wallis
ISSN:1362-3613
語言註釋: English
專有的識別號: 757865336
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Deficits in social functioning are a core feature of autistic spectrum disorders (ASD), being linked to various cognitive and developmental factors, but there has been little attempt to draw on normative models of social cognition to understand social behaviour in ASD. The current study explored the utility of Crick and Dodge's (1994) information processing model to studying social cognition in ASD, and examined associations between social information processing patterns, theory of mind skills and social functioning. A matched-group design compared young people with Asperger syndrome with typically developing peers, using a social information processing interview previously designed for this purpose. The Asperger syndrome group showed significantly different patterns of information processing at the intent attribution, response generation and response evaluation stages of the information processing model. Theory of mind skills were found to be significantly associated with parental ratings of peer problems in the Asperger syndrome group but not with parental ratings of pro-social behaviour, with only limited evidence of an association between social information processing and measures of theory of mind and social functioning. Overall, the study supports the use of normative social information processing approaches to understanding social functioning in ASD.

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