All Relations between Autism Spectrum Disorder and affective value

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Amy Keefer, Vini Singh, Yeon Sik Jang, Leigh Alon, Madison Surmacz, Calliope Holingue, Stewart H Mostofsky, Roma A Vas. Exploring the Symptom Profiles of Intolerance of Uncertainty in Autistic Children. Journal of autism and developmental disorders. 2022-10-13. PMID:36227445. compared to nt peers, autistic children exhibited heightened iu symptoms in all domains, affective, behavioral, and cognitive; affective symptoms had the highest association with autism. 2022-10-13 2023-08-14 Not clear
Lea L Lott, Franny B Spengler, Tobias Stächele, Bastian Schiller, Markus Heinrich. EmBody/EmFace as a new open tool to assess emotion recognition from body and face expressions. Scientific reports. vol 12. issue 1. 2022-08-19. PMID:35986068. the embody/emface has a wide range of potential applications in affective, cognitive and social neuroscience, and in clinical research studying face- and body-specific emotion recognition in patient populations suffering from social interaction deficits such as autism, schizophrenia, or social anxiety. 2022-08-19 2023-08-14 human
Harshitha Shanmuganathan, Radha Kumar, D V Lal, Chaudhary Devanand Gulab, E Gayathri, Kesavaraj Pallavi Raj. Assessment of behavioural problems in preschool and school going children with epilepsy. AIMS neuroscience. vol 9. issue 2. 2022-07-21. PMID:35860679. children with epilepsy are at greater risk of developing psychiatric and behavioural disorders such as attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (adhd), conduct disorder, autism spectrum disorder (asd), as well as affective and aggressive disorders than normal children which may affect the well- being and quality of life of the child. 2022-07-21 2023-08-14 Not clear
Jana Bretthauer, Daniela Canu, Ulf Thiemann, Christian Fleischhaker, Heike Brauner, Katharina Müller, Nikolaos Smyrnis, Monica Biscaldi, Stephan Bender, Christoph Klei. Attention for Emotion-How Young Adults With Neurodevelopmental Disorders Look at Facial Expressions of Affect. Frontiers in psychiatry. vol 13. 2022-07-05. PMID:35782441. while autism spectrum disorder (asd), attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (adhd) and schizophrenia (scz) differ in many clinically relevant features such as symptomatology and course, they may also share genetic underpinnings, affective problems, deviancies in social interactions, and are all characterized by some kind of cognitive impairment. 2022-07-05 2023-08-14 human
Yiting Huang, Mark Vangel, Helen Chen, Maya Eshel, Ming Cheng, Tao Lu, Jian Kon. The Impaired Subcortical Pathway From Superior Colliculus to the Amygdala in Boys With Autism Spectrum Disorder. Frontiers in integrative neuroscience. vol 16. 2022-07-05. PMID:35784498. given the atypical eye gaze and response patterns to visual affective stimuli in autism, we examined the functional and white matter structural difference of the pathway in boys with autism spectrum disorder (asd) and typically developing (td) boys. 2022-07-05 2023-08-14 Not clear
Chengetai Alice Charidza, Helge Gillmeiste. Differential beta desynchronisation responses to dynamic emotional facial expressions are attenuated in higher trait anxiety and autism. Cognitive, affective & behavioral neuroscience. 2022-06-27. PMID:35761029. these findings suggest that the differential simulation of specific affective states is attenuated in individuals with higher trait anxiety and autism. 2022-06-27 2023-08-14 Not clear
Talitha C Ford, Laila E Hugrass, Bradley N Jac. The Relationship Between Affective Visual Mismatch Negativity and Interpersonal Difficulties Across Autism and Schizotypal Traits. Frontiers in human neuroscience. vol 16. 2022-04-11. PMID:35399350. the relationship between affective visual mismatch negativity and interpersonal difficulties across autism and schizotypal traits. 2022-04-11 2023-08-13 Not clear
Detlef H Heck, Brittany L Correia, Mia B Fox, Yu Liu, Micah Allen, Somogy Varg. Recent insights into respiratory modulation of brain activity offer new perspectives on cognition and emotion. Biological psychology. 2022-03-16. PMID:35292337. we review literature on the role of respiration in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (copd), anxiety (panic attacks), and autism spectrum disorder (asd), and we conclude that the new insights into respiratory modulation of neuronal activity may help understand the relationship between respiratory abnormalities and cognitive and affective deficits. 2022-03-16 2023-08-13 Not clear
Yaqiong Xiao, Teresa H Wen, Lauren Kupis, Lisa T Eyler, Disha Goel, Keith Vaux, Michael V Lombardo, Nathan E Lewis, Karen Pierce, Eric Courchesn. Neural responses to affective speech, including motherese, map onto clinical and social eye tracking profiles in toddlers with ASD. Nature human behaviour. 2022-01-04. PMID:34980898. decreased behavioural response to affective speech and reduced caregiver-child interactions are early signs of autism in infants. 2022-01-04 2023-08-13 Not clear
Yaqiong Xiao, Teresa H Wen, Lauren Kupis, Lisa T Eyler, Disha Goel, Keith Vaux, Michael V Lombardo, Nathan E Lewis, Karen Pierce, Eric Courchesn. Neural responses to affective speech, including motherese, map onto clinical and social eye tracking profiles in toddlers with ASD. Nature human behaviour. 2022-01-04. PMID:34980898. the autism cluster with the weakest superior temporal responses to affective speech and very poor social and language abilities had reduced behavioural preference for motherese, while the typically developing cluster with the strongest superior temporal response to affective speech showed the opposite effect. 2022-01-04 2023-08-13 Not clear
Yaqiong Xiao, Teresa H Wen, Lauren Kupis, Lisa T Eyler, Disha Goel, Keith Vaux, Michael V Lombardo, Nathan E Lewis, Karen Pierce, Eric Courchesn. Neural responses to affective speech, including motherese, map onto clinical and social eye tracking profiles in toddlers with ASD. Nature human behaviour. 2022-01-04. PMID:34980898. we conclude that significantly reduced behavioural preference for motherese in autism is related to impaired development of temporal cortical systems that normally respond to parental affective speech. 2022-01-04 2023-08-13 Not clear
Filippo Muratori, Valeria Bizzar. Autism as a Disruption of Affective Contact: The Forgotten Role of George Frankl. Clinical neuropsychiatry. vol 16. issue 4. 2021-12-15. PMID:34908951. autism as a disruption of affective contact: the forgotten role of george frankl. 2021-12-15 2023-08-13 human
Filippo Muratori, Valeria Bizzar. Autism as a Disruption of Affective Contact: The Forgotten Role of George Frankl. Clinical neuropsychiatry. vol 16. issue 4. 2021-12-15. PMID:34908951. while in neurotypical subjects the everyday language is an integration of affective and word language, autistic children register a break between them and, according to frankl, this break is at the core of autism and can have a wide range of expression and tentatives of compensation. 2021-12-15 2023-08-13 human
Filippo Muratori, Valeria Bizzar. Autism as a Disruption of Affective Contact: The Forgotten Role of George Frankl. Clinical neuropsychiatry. vol 16. issue 4. 2021-12-15. PMID:34908951. it is also proposed that the centrality of disturbances in affective language can be in agreement with a vision of autism as a neurodevelopmental disorder that interferes with the current notions of intersubjectivity, intercorporeality and interaffectivity. 2021-12-15 2023-08-13 human
Filippo Muratori, Valeria Bizzar. Autism as a Disruption of Affective Contact: The Forgotten Role of George Frankl. Clinical neuropsychiatry. vol 16. issue 4. 2021-12-15. PMID:34908951. finally the conceptualization of autism as a disturbance of affective language is in agreement with the dsm-5 which has created a sociocommunicative domain that comprises only deficits in non-verbal communication (that is affective language), putting the verbal language (that is word language) as a specificator outside the diagnostic criteria. 2021-12-15 2023-08-13 human
Lisa M Henderson, M St Clair, V Knowland, E van Rijn, S Walker, M G Gaskel. Stronger Associations Between Sleep and Mental Health in Adults with Autism: A UK Biobank Study. Journal of autism and developmental disorders. 2021-12-03. PMID:34860312. this study examined sleep and its cognitive and affective correlates in adults with and without autism spectrum disorder (asd), utilizing uk biobank data. 2021-12-03 2023-08-13 Not clear
Zhen Yan, Benjamin Rei. Mechanisms of synaptic transmission dysregulation in the prefrontal cortex: pathophysiological implications. Molecular psychiatry. 2021-11-05. PMID:33875802. dysregulation of pfc synaptic transmission is strongly linked to social deficits, affective disturbance, and memory loss in brain disorders, including autism, schizophrenia, depression, and alzheimer's disease. 2021-11-05 2023-08-13 human
Magda Di Renzo, Federico Bianchi di Castelbianco, Villani Alberto, Del Vecchio Antonio, Corsello Giovanni, Elena Vanadia, Massimiliano Petrillo, Trapolino Davide, Lidia Racinaro, Monica Re. Prognostic factors and predictors of outcome in children with autism spectrum disorder: the role of the paediatrician. Italian journal of pediatrics. vol 47. issue 1. 2021-11-03. PMID:33736673. in recent years, research has deepened the study of the predictive factors of optimal outcome, intended as indicators of positive trajectory in children with a previous diagnosis of autism who, after a therapeutic path, show a significant reduction in the "core" symptoms of autism and a positive evolution in social, adaptive, affective, and relational skills. 2021-11-03 2023-08-13 Not clear
Angeliki Metallinou, Ruth B Grossman, Shrikanth Narayana. QUANTIFYING ATYPICALITY IN AFFECTIVE FACIAL EXPRESSIONS OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS. Proceedings. IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo. vol 2013. 2021-10-21. PMID:25302090. we focus on the analysis, quantification and visualization of atypicality in affective facial expressions of children with high functioning autism (hfa). 2021-10-21 2023-08-13 human
Filippo Muratori, Sara Calderoni, Valeria Bizzar. George Frankl: an undervalued voice in the history of autism. European child & adolescent psychiatry. vol 30. issue 8. 2021-10-19. PMID:32856132. frankl's conception of autism as characterized by a lack of affective language has influenced both asperger and kanner. 2021-10-19 2023-08-13 Not clear