Autism subtyping of pre-school aged children

This project has the following objectives:

  • To determine the clinical characteristics that predict outcomes in pre-school aged children on the autism spectrum
  • To evaluate the clinical, behavioural, family and psychosocial modifiers and predictors of outcomes
  • To compare the developmental trajectory using clinical (phenotypes) and neurocognitive markers (endophenotypes) in relation to treatment outcome to determine homogeneous subgroups
  • 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 New South Wales
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