Pre-diagnostic intervention for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) allows symptoms to be addressed as they emerge, often between six to 18 months, rather than after the full onset of the disorder. A systematic literature review, spanning the previous six years was conducted in order to provide an updated review looking at the earliest behavior symptoms of ASD. All included studies used a prospective experimental design, reported on symptoms that emerged before 18-months of age, exclusively in children who would later receive a diagnosis, and were assessed for quality. This review is the first to address this research question through the use of a systematic research design and extends the literature by following up on recommendations for future research from previous findings.
|Journal||Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders|
|Early online date||30 Jul 2020|
|Publication status||Published - Mar 2021|
- Autism spectrum disorders
- Early behavioral symptoms
- Systematic literature review
- Early screening
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Using Parent-Mediated Intervention to Treat Autism Symptoms in InfantsAuthor: Tanner, A., Dec 2020
Supervisor: Dounavi, A. (Supervisor) & Dillenburger, K. (Supervisor)
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › Doctor of PhilosophyFile
- School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work - Senior Lecturer
- Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation