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Autism - Paradigms, Recent Research and Clinical Applications
Joint attention is a keystone in social cognitive development and a skill acquired early in life. It is the triadic coordination of attention between two people and an object or event in which they are commonly interested. Language development follows in its tracks and is dependent on this early acquired skill. Its deviation from typical development is considered one of the earliest signs of autism. Consequently, its remediation has gained intensive focus in therapy. In this review, thedoi:10.5772/65662 fatcat:kzokdd6eubg4nelkzjv5i4u3zq