Motohiro Isaki
   Department   Kumamoto Health Science University  Division of Speech-Language-HearingTherapy, Faculty of Health Science
   Kumamoto Health Science University Graduate School  Division of Health Sciences, Graduate School of Health Sciences
   Position   Associate Professor
Date 2013/09
Presentation Theme Attention to social cues in extremely low birth weight children with autism.
Conference The 16th European Conference on Developmental Psychology
Conference Type International
Presentation Type Poster
Contribution Type Collaborative
Venue Lausanne, Switzland
Publisher and common publisher M. Isaki, T. Kanazawa, T. Hinobayashi, H. Kitajima, M. Fujimura, N. Itoigawa
Details An increasing number of studies have reported that high risk of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in extreme low birth weight (ELBW) children.
First, this study aimed to investigate whether ELBW children pay attention to prosody or eye movements as social cues, to understand speaker’s intention, and second, to investigate how their intention-reading abilities are affected by the severity of ASD.