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Deaf and Autism Spectrum Disorder: The Impact on Child and Family
The goal of this study was to identify similarities and differences between individuals who are Deaf, who are hearing with ASD and those who are both Deaf and have ASD on measures of communication, behaviour, and social ...
Parent and Family Factors Related to Children's Progress in Intensive Behavioural Intervention
The goal of this study was to examine the relationship between parent and family demographic, psychosocial, and involvement factors and the progress of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Intensive Behavioural ...
Children's Coping with Needle-Related Procedures: Parent and Child Concurrent and Longitudinal Predictors
Coping with needle-related procedures during childhood is a complex and dynamic process that must be viewed in the context of the parent as well as the childs stage of development. This dissertation consists of three studies ...