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Salivary testosterone in male and female youth with and without autism spectrum disorder: considerations of development, sex, and diagnosis
Salivary testosterone in male and female youth with and without autism spectrum disorder: considerations of development, sex, and diagnosis
Puberty is characterized by significant physical, hormonal, and psychological changes, which may be especially challenging...
Disruption of grin2B, an ASD-associated gene, produces social deficits in zebrafish
Disruption of grin2B, an ASD-associated gene, produces social deficits in zebrafish
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD), like many neurodevelopmental disorders, has complex and varied etiologies. Advances in gen...
Early life sleep disruption potentiates lasting sex-specific changes in behavior in genetically vulnerable Shank3 heterozygous autism model mice
Early life sleep disruption potentiates lasting sex-specific changes in behavior in genetically vulnerable Shank3 heterozygous autism model mice
Patients with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) experience high rates of sleep disruption beginning early in life; however, t...
Oxytocin impacts top-down and bottom-up social perception in adolescents with ASD: a MEG study of neural connectivity
Oxytocin impacts top-down and bottom-up social perception in adolescents with ASD: a MEG study of neural connectivity
In the last decade, accumulative evidence has shown that oxytocin can modulate social perception in typically developed in...
Imbalance of flight–freeze responses and their cellular correlates in the Nlgn3−/y rat model of autism
Imbalance of flight–freeze responses and their cellular correlates in the Nlgn3−/y rat model of autism
Mutations in the postsynaptic transmembrane protein neuroligin-3 are highly correlative with autism spectrum disorders (AS...
Attentional influences on neural processing of biological motion in typically developing children and those on the autism spectrum
Attentional influences on neural processing of biological motion in typically developing children and those on the autism spectrum
Biological motion imparts rich information related to the movement, actions, intentions and affective state of others, whi...
Diagnostic validity of Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, second edition (K-ADOS-2) in the Korean population
Diagnostic validity of Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, second edition (K-ADOS-2) in the Korean population
Although the Korean version of the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule-2 (K-ADOS‐2) is widely being used to diagn...
Infants later diagnosed with autism have lower canonical babbling ratios in the first year of life
Infants later diagnosed with autism have lower canonical babbling ratios in the first year of life
Canonical babbling—producing syllables with a mature consonant, full vowel, and smooth transition—is an import...
WDFY3 mutation alters laminar position and morphology of cortical neurons
WDFY3 mutation alters laminar position and morphology of cortical neurons
Proper cerebral cortical development depends on the tightly orchestrated migration of newly born neurons from the inner ve...
Maternal age, autistic-like traits and mentalizing as predictors of child autistic-like traits in a population-based cohort
Maternal age, autistic-like traits and mentalizing as predictors of child autistic-like traits in a population-based cohort
Many empirical studies suggest that higher maternal age increases the likelihood of having an autistic child. However, lit...
Large multicenter randomized trials in autism: key insights gained from the balovaptan clinical development program
Large multicenter randomized trials in autism: key insights gained from the balovaptan clinical development program
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a common and heterogeneous neurodevelopmental condition that is characterized by the cor...
Autism-associated protein POGZ controls ESCs and ESC neural induction by association with esBAF
Autism-associated protein POGZ controls ESCs and ESC neural induction by association with esBAF
The POGZ gene has been found frequently mutated in neurodevelopmental disorders (NDDs), particularly autism spectrum disor...
Autistic adults have poorer quality healthcare and worse health based on self-report data
Autistic adults have poorer quality healthcare and worse health based on self-report data
Recent research suggests that autistic individuals have shorter lifespans and experience worse health (greater health burd...
Resting state EEG power spectrum and functional connectivity in autism: a cross-sectional analysis
Resting state EEG power spectrum and functional connectivity in autism: a cross-sectional analysis
Understanding the development of the neuronal circuitry underlying autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is critical to shed ligh...
White matter microstructural and morphometric alterations in autism: implications for intellectual capabilities
White matter microstructural and morphometric alterations in autism: implications for intellectual capabilities
Neuroimage literature of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has a moderate-to-high risk of bias, partially because those combi...
Myt1l haploinsufficiency leads to obesity and multifaceted behavioral alterations in mice
Myt1l haploinsufficiency leads to obesity and multifaceted behavioral alterations in mice
The zinc finger domain containing transcription factor Myt1l is tightly associated with neuronal identity and is the only ...
A constellation of eye-tracking measures reveals social attention differences in ASD and the broad autism phenotype
A constellation of eye-tracking measures reveals social attention differences in ASD and the broad autism phenotype
Social attention differences, expressed through gaze patterns, have been documented in autism spectrum disorder (ASD), wit...
Clinical trial of insulin-like growth factor-1 in Phelan-McDermid syndrome
Clinical trial of insulin-like growth factor-1 in Phelan-McDermid syndrome
Phelan-McDermid syndrome (PMS) is caused by haploinsufficiency of the SHANK3 gene and is characterized by global developme...
Correction to: The relevance of the interpersonal theory of suicide for predicting past-year and lifetime suicidality in autistic adults
Correction to: The relevance of the interpersonal theory of suicide for predicting past-year and lifetime suicidality in autistic adults
Following publication of the original article [1], the authors reported missing information in the ‘Acknowledgements’ sect...
The relevance of the interpersonal theory of suicide for predicting past-year and lifetime suicidality in autistic adults
The relevance of the interpersonal theory of suicide for predicting past-year and lifetime suicidality in autistic adults
While there are known risk factors for suicidality in autistic adults, these are often unconnected from theoretical framew...
Dietary zinc supplementation rescues fear-based learning and synaptic function in the Tbr1+/− mouse model of autism spectrum disorders
Dietary zinc supplementation rescues fear-based learning and synaptic function in the Tbr1+/− mouse model of autism spectrum disorders
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterised by a dyad of behavioural symptoms—soci...
Deep phenotyping reveals movement phenotypes in mouse neurodevelopmental models
Deep phenotyping reveals movement phenotypes in mouse neurodevelopmental models
Repetitive action, resistance to environmental change and fine motor disruptions are hallmarks of autism spectrum disorder...
Phenotypic differences between female and male individuals with suspicion of autism spectrum disorder
Phenotypic differences between female and male individuals with suspicion of autism spectrum disorder
Although autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a common developmental disorder, our knowledge about a behavioral and neurobiol...
Two neuroanatomical subtypes of males with autism spectrum disorder revealed using semi-supervised machine learning
Two neuroanatomical subtypes of males with autism spectrum disorder revealed using semi-supervised machine learning
Clinical and etiological varieties remain major obstacles to decompose heterogeneity in autism spectrum disorders (ASD). R...
Nonshared environmental factors in the aetiology of autism and other neurodevelopmental conditions: a monozygotic co-twin control study
Nonshared environmental factors in the aetiology of autism and other neurodevelopmental conditions: a monozygotic co-twin control study
A significant proportion of variation in likelihood of neurodevelopmental conditions (NDCs) has been attributed to nonshar...
Autism and chronic ill health: an observational study of symptoms and diagnoses of central sensitivity syndromes in autistic adults
Autism and chronic ill health: an observational study of symptoms and diagnoses of central sensitivity syndromes in autistic adults
Autistic adults, particularly women, are more likely to experience chronic ill health than the general population. Central...