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Objective: Individuals with autism spectrum disorders typically have normal visuospatial abilities but impaired executive functioning, particularly in abilities related to working memory and attention. The aim of this study was to elucidate the func-tioning of frontoparietal networks underlying spatial working memory processes during mental rotation in persons with autism spectrum disorders. Method: Seven adolescent males with normal IQ with an autism spectrum disorder and nine age-anddoi:10.1176/appi.ajp.163.8.1440 pmid:16877661 fatcat:2442np7zg5cdhaku2vod56fviy