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Phonic and Motor Stereotypies in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Video Analysis and Neurological Characterization
Stereotypies are among the core symptoms of Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and can cause significant clinical impairment. At present, phonic stereotypies in ASD have been scarcely explored. This study investigates the frequency, variability, and typologies of phonic and motor stereotypies in children with ASD and their association with clinical neurological variables. We examined 35 patients by recording standardized video sessions and administering the Autism Diagnostic Observationdoi:10.3390/brainsci11040431 pmid:33800677 fatcat:5diorp7ic5b6fngeaeek2nhe6a