Date Presented Accepted for AOTA INSPIRE 2021 but unable to be presented due to online event limitations.

Statistical modeling analysis reveal that attention skills mediate the relationship between brain measures of sensory processing (measured by electroencephalography) and behavioral sensory processing in young adults with and without autism. Thus, attention abilities facilitate brain mechanisms to better process sensory stimuli to perform everyday sensory processing activities and social skills. Results suggest that therapy emphasizing attention skills in autism can modify sensory and social participation.

Primary Author and Speaker: Jewel Elias Crasta

Additional Authors and Speakers: Patricia Davies

Contributing Authors: William J. Gavin

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