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27-11-2017 | S.I. : Parenting Children with ASD | Uitgave 4/2018

Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 4/2018

Do Parents and Clinicians Agree on Ratings of Autism-Related Behaviors at 12 Months of Age? A Study of Infants at High and Low Risk for ASD

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Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders > Uitgave 4/2018
Auteurs:
Suzanne L. Macari, Grace C. Wu, Kelly K. Powell, Scuddy Fontenelle IV, Deanna M. Macris, Katarzyna Chawarska

Abstract

Given the emphasis on early screening for ASD, it is crucial to examine the concordance between parent report and clinician observation of autism-related behaviors. Similar items were compared from the First Year Inventory (Baranek et al. First-Year Inventory (FYI) 2.0. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2003), a parent screener for ASD, and the ADOS-2 Toddler Module (Lord et al. 2013), a standardized ASD diagnostic tool. Measures were administered concurrently to 12-month-olds at high and low risk for ASD. Results suggest that clinicians and parents rated behaviors similarly. In addition, both informants rated high-risk infants as more impaired in several social-communication behaviors. Furthermore, the format of questions impacted agreement across observers. These findings have implications for the development of a new generation of screening instruments for ASD.

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