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Session Code: 8651 Poster Board 457
Title: Predictors of Parent Responsiveness to One-Year-Olds at Risk for Autism
Day: Friday, November 13, 2015 Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Location: Colorado Convention Center Room: Hall EF
Session Format: Poster PDH(s): 15 Minutes


Presenter(s) (click the names to view bios and disclosures):
Jessica Kinard, U of North Carolina - Chapel Hill (presenting author) |No Advance Handout Uploaded |No Final Presentation Uploaded
Linda Watson, U of North Carolina - Chapel Hill (presenting author) |No Advance Handout Uploaded |No Final Presentation Uploaded
Grace Baranek, U of North Carolina - Chapel Hill |No Advance Handout Uploaded |No Final Presentation Uploaded
Elizabeth Crais, U of North Carolina - Chapel Hill (presenting author) |No Advance Handout Uploaded |No Final Presentation Uploaded
Lauren Turner-Brown, U of North Carolina - Chapel Hill |No Advance Handout Uploaded |No Final Presentation Uploaded
Linn Wakeford, U of North Carolina - Chapel Hill |No Advance Handout Uploaded |No Final Presentation Uploaded
John Sideris, U of North Carolina - Chapel Hill |No Advance Handout Uploaded |No Final Presentation Uploaded


Abstract:
This study explored possible predictors of parent responsiveness to infants at-risk for autism spectrum disorder (n = 93). To our knowledge, this study is the first to demonstrate how parents are responding to infants showing early signs of ASD and to indicate a unique child factor in parent responsiveness.


Speech-Language Pathology Topic Area: Autism Spectrum Disorders
Instructional Level:
Intermediate Instruction at the Intermediate Level assumes some familiarity with the basic literature as well as some experience in professional practice within the area covered and is targeted for more experienced professionals. The pace of the training and difficulty of concepts presented require more advanced knowledge and skills than the Introductory Level. Examples used at this level are often based on recent research and case studies that are complex in nature.
Abstract Type: Research Submission
Learner Outcomes:
Learner Outcome 1: Describe major elements of the study design
Learner Outcome 2: Discuss the authors’ conclusions
Learner Outcome 3: Identify possible implications for practice
   

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