Date Presented 3/30/2017

Substantial heterogeneity within the population of children with autism suggests possible sensory subtypes that may help to explain behavioral differences. This study considers objective neurophysiological measurements in response to sensory exposure as a means to better characterize such subtypes.

Primary Author and Speaker: Kelle DeBoth

Contributing Authors: Stacey Reynolds, Shelly J. Lane, Henry Carretta, Alison E. Lane, Roseann C. Schaaf

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