Research Round-Up

This week we summarize research about the association between language delay and ADHD in bilingual toddlers, predictors of later expressive language in children with ASD, and characteristics of parental linguistic input to toddlers with hearing loss.

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Research Round-Up

In this week’s round-up, we summarize studies on: the perception and use of evidence-based autism interventions among providers, the long-term impact of parental language input to children with hearing loss, and the efficacy of two different parent-training programs for preschoolers with ASD.

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Research Round-Up

This week we summarize research about: the effectiveness of different types of autism interventions, the use of various caregiver coaching strategies in early intervention, and the bidirectional association between parent language and child characteristics.

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Research Round-Up

In this week’s blog, we summarize research about: daily living skills in preschoolers with autism, caregivers’ perceptions of family-centered practices in early intervention, and a therapist and parent-implemented phonological intervention.

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Research Round-Up

In this week’s edition, we summarize research about: the experience of EI providers delivering services in child care settings, the effectiveness of parent-implemented interventions via telepractice, and factors associated with therapist discontinuation of EBPs over time.

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Research Round-Up

This week we summarize research about the relationship between expressive language and temper tantrums in toddlers, the effects of an antidepressant on language skills for young children with ASD, and the diagnostic accuracy of biological tests for ASD.

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Research Round-Up

On this week’s research summaries we tackle articles about what predicts change in expressive language after an AAC-intervention, the prevalence of motor difficulties in children with ASD, and the association between use of canonical syllables and later expressive language. Continue reading

Research Round-Up

In this week’s edition, we summarize research about linguistic cues for supporting preschooler’s word-learning, methods for monitoring vocabulary progress in children with cochlear implants, and stress in caregivers of young children with ASD concerns prior to a formal diagnosis.

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Research Round-Up

In this week’s round-up we summarize research on the association between parent responsiveness and child language, the effect of mothers’ voice on infants’ novel word learning, and how parents of children with ASD use social cues to support children’s attention.

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Research Round-Up

This week’s edition summarizes articles on parents’ responses to toddler’s negative emotions, whether the proportion of children with disabilities in classrooms impacts academic skills, and the accuracy of universal ASD screening. Continue reading

Research Round-Up

In this week’s round-up we summarize research on the effect of age of cochlear implantation on language outcomes, adapting a caregiver-implemented intervention for Spanish-speaking families, and the role of joint attention in motor and language skills in children at risk of ASD.

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Research Round-Up

This week’s edition features articles on caregiver use of child-directed speech to children with a biological risk of language impairment, conversational turn-taking between mothers and children with cochlear implants, and features of parent-reported regression in children with autism spectrum disorder.

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Research Round-Up

In this week’s round-up we summarize research on the effect of mothers’ media use during infant feeding sessions, early predictors of children with autism’s expressive language, and quality of life ratings for children with cochlear implants.

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Research Round-Up

In this week’s edition, we summarize research about the efficacy of Pivotal Response Treatment, a coding system to measure subtle changes in social communication, and the link between maternal responsiveness and infant vocal development. Continue reading