-- KaskaPorayskaPomsta - 05 Feb 2007 Karen is responsible for this Topic

  • Frith1994.pdf: Discuss notion that theory of mind cannot explain the non- triad features of autism, nor earlier experimental findings on non-social tasks. Suggest an additional cognitive abnormality- weak central coherence. Preliminary evidence for that theory is present

  • Brosnan2004.pdf: Investigates whether there is deficit in gestalt grouping in ASD with bias towards local over global processing.

  • Happe1999.pdf: Will discover more about autism through task success than task failure. Argues that ASD represents cognitive style biased toward local rather than global information processing.

  • Jarrold2000.pdf: Investigates whether TOM and weak central coherence might be functionally related.

  • Joliffe1999.pdf: Experiments showed that individuals with ASD are impaired in achieving local coherence, preference for not striving towards coherence unless specifically asked to do so. Central coherence may be a unitary force in the different tasks.

  • Lopez2003.pdf: The findings demonstrate that children with autism do not have a general difficulty in connecting context and item information as predicted by weak central coherence theory. Results suggest there is specific difficulty with complex verbal stimuli.
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pdfpdf Brosnan2004.pdf manage 194.3 K 02 Mar 2007 - 11:25 KarenGuldberg Investigates whether there is deficit in gestalt grouping in ASD with bias towards local over global processing.
pdfpdf Frith1994.pdf manage 1306.3 K 02 Mar 2007 - 11:23 KarenGuldberg Discuss notion that theory of mind cannot explain the non- triad features of autism, nor earlier experimental findings on non-social tasks. Suggest an additional cognitive abnormality- weak central coherence. Preliminary evidence for that theory is present
pdfpdf Happe1999.pdf manage 192.6 K 02 Mar 2007 - 11:27 KarenGuldberg Will discover more about autism through task success than task failure. Argues that ASD represents cognitive style biased toward local rather than global information processing.
pdfpdf Jarrold2000.pdf manage 1824.3 K 02 Mar 2007 - 11:29 KarenGuldberg Investigates whether TOM and weak central coherence might be functionally related.
pdfpdf Joliffe1999.pdf manage 176.7 K 02 Mar 2007 - 11:31 KarenGuldberg Experiments showed that individuals with ASD are impaired in achieving local coherence, preference for not striving towards coherence unless specifically asked to do so. Central coherence may be a unitary force in the different tasks.
pdfpdf Lopez2003.pdf manage 189.3 K 02 Mar 2007 - 11:34 KarenGuldberg The findings demonstrate that children with autism do not have a general difficulty in connecting context and item information as predicted by weak central coherence theory. Results suggest there is specific difficulty with complex verbal stimuli.
Topic revision: r2 - 02 Mar 2007 - 11:28:33 - KarenGuldberg
 
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