Autism subtyping of pre-school aged children

This project has the following objectives:

(a) To determine the clinical characteristics that predict outcomes in pre-school aged autistic children

(b) To evaluate the clinical, behavioural, family and psychosocial modifiers and predictors of outcomes

(c) To compare the developmental trajectory using clinical (phenotypes) and neurocognitive markers (endophenotypes) in relation to treatment outcome to determine homogeneous subgroups

(d) To incorporate the clinical, behavioural and neurocognitive profile together with the genetic/molecular signature available from project 1.2 to yield biological subtypes.


Brief report: An exploratory study of the diagnostic reliability for Autism Spectrum Disorder

Transition to school for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A systematic review

Transition from early intervention program to primary school in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Predictors of maternal stress in pre-school and school aged children with autism

The promise of Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy in autism research: what do we know and where do we go?

Project Leader(s)
  • Valsamma Eapen, University of NSW
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