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  1. Early developmental profiles of sensory features and links to school-age adaptive and maladaptive outcomes: A birth cohort investigation
  2. A review of sensations and eating problems in children with autism
  3. Early measurement of autism risk constructs in the general population: A new factor structure of the First Years Inventory (FYIv3.1) for ages 6–16 months
  4. Developmental trajectories of sensory patterns from infancy to school age in a community sample and associations with autistic traits
  5. Engaging Parents in the Development and Testing of a Website to Support Social-Communication and Play Development for Preschoolers with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  6. Parent Coaching Behaviors Used Within an Adapted Responsive Teaching Intervention
  7. Caregiver responsiveness as a mechanism to improve social communication in toddlers: Secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial
  8. Identifying and Targeting Social-Communication and Play Skills for Preschoolers With Autism
  9. Towards a Data-Driven Approach to Screen for Autism Risk at 12 Months of Age
  10. Parent responsiveness mediates the association between hyporeactivity at age 1 year and communication at age 2 years in children at elevated likelihood of ASD
  11. Sequential Associations Between Communication Acts of Children With and Without Autism Spectrum Disorder and Maternal Verbal Responses
  12. Sensory Reactivity at 1 and 2 Years Old is Associated with ASD Severity During the Preschool Years
  13. Semantic-Pragmatic Impairment in the Narratives of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders
  14. Vocal Communication With Canonical Syllables Predicts Later Expressive Language Skills in Preschool-Aged Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder
  15. The Performance of the First Year Inventory (FYI) Screening on a Sample of High-Risk 12-Month-Olds Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) at 36 Months
  16. Efficacy Study of a Social Communication and Self-Regulation Intervention for School-Age Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Randomized Controlled Trial
  17. Early language exposure supports later language skills in infants with and without autism
  18. The Relation Between Early Parent Verb Input and Later Expressive Verb Vocabulary in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder
  19. Translation and cultural adaptation of parent-report developmental assessments: Improving rigor in methodology
  20. Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder May Learn from Caregiver Verb Input Better in Certain Engagement States
  21. Expressive Dominant Versus Receptive Dominant Language Patterns in Young Children: Findings from the Study to Explore Early Development
  22. Fidelity of a Teacher-Implemented Intervention for Preschoolers With Autism Spectrum Disorder: No, Some, and Unexpected Effects
  23. Sensory Features and Family Functioning in Families of Children With Autism and Developmental Disabilities: Longitudinal Associations
  24. Infant quantitative risk for autism spectrum disorder predicts executive function in early childhood
  25. Sensory features as predictors of adaptive behaviors: A comparative longitudinal study of children with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities
  26. Longitudinal assessment of stability of sensory features in children with autism spectrum disorder or other developmental disabilities
  27. Predicting Receptive–Expressive Vocabulary Discrepancies in Preschool Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder
  28. Efficacy of the ASAP Intervention for Preschoolers with ASD: A Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial
  29. Bidirectional influences of caregiver utterances and supported joint engagement in children with and without autism spectrum disorder
  30. Longitudinal associations across vocabulary modalities in children with autism and typical development
  31. An Initial Psychometric Evaluation of the Joint Attention Protocol
  32. Parental Broad Autism Phenotype and the Language Skills of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  33. Cascading effects of attention disengagement and sensory seeking on social symptoms in a community sample of infants at-risk for a future diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder
  34. In Search of Culturally Appropriate Autism Interventions: Perspectives of Latino Caregivers
  35. Subcortical Brain and Behavior Phenotypes Differentiate Infants With Autism Versus Language Delay
  36. Parent-Mediated Intervention for One-Year-Olds Screened as At-Risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Randomized Controlled Trial
  37. Atypical preference for infant-directed speech as an early marker of autism spectrum disorders? A literature review and directions for further research
  38. Language and motor skills in siblings of children with autism spectrum disorder: A meta-analytic review
  39. Sequential Associations Between Caregiver Talk and Child Play in Autism Spectrum Disorder and Typical Development
  40. Infants at-risk for autism spectrum disorder: Patterns of vocalizations at 14 months
  41. Predicting Intentional Communication in Preverbal Preschoolers with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  42. A Path Model of Expressive Vocabulary Skills in Initially Preverbal Preschool Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  43. A Retrospective Video Analysis of Canonical Babbling and Volubility in Infants with Fragile X Syndrome at 9–12 Months of Age
  44. Object play in infants with autism spectrum disorder: A longitudinal retrospective video analysis
  45. Predictors of Parent Responsiveness to 1-Year-Olds At-Risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder
  46. Autism Spectrum Disorder: From Pensieve to Crystal Ball
  47. Development and Pilot of the Caregiver Strategies Inventory
  48. Early Predictors of Growth in Diversity of Key Consonants Used in Communication in Initially Preverbal Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  49. Fathers' and Mothers' Verbal Responsiveness and the Language Skills of Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder
  50. Screening for Speech and Language Delay in Children 5 Years Old and Younger: A Systematic Review
  51. Atypical Cross-Modal Profiles and Longitudinal Associations Between Vocabulary Scores in Initially Minimally Verbal Children With ASD
  52. Joint attention revisited: Finding strengths among children with autism
  53. Student Engagement in the Classroom: The Impact of Classroom, Teacher, and Student Factors
  54. Developing Feasible and Effective School-Based Interventions for Children With ASD
  55. Brief Report: Gestures in Children at Risk for Autism Spectrum Disorders
  56. Joint Attention during Infancy and Early Childhood Across Cultures
  57. Child-Directed Speech: Influence on Language Development
  58. Preliminary Efficacy of Adapted Responsive Teaching for Infants at Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder in a Community Sample
  59. Value-Added Predictors of Expressive and Receptive Language Growth in Initially Nonverbal Preschoolers with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  60. Erratum to: Vocal Patterns in Infants with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Canonical Babbling Status and Vocalization Frequency
  61. Cognitive Ability is Associated with Different Outcome Trajectories in Autism Spectrum Disorders
  62. Pediatric Healthcare Professionals’ Views on Autism Spectrum Disorder Screening at 12–18 Months
  63. Sensory subtypes in children with autism spectrum disorder: latent profile transition analysis using a national survey of sensory features
  64. The Role of Supported Joint Engagement and Parent Utterances in Language and Social Communication Development in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  65. Vocal Patterns in Infants with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Canonical Babbling Status and Vocalization Frequency
  66. Temporal Synchrony Detection and Associations with Language in Young Children with ASD
  67. Challenges and opportunities in early identification and intervention for children at-risk for autism spectrum disorders
  68. Designing Studies to Evaluate Parent-Mediated Interventions for Toddlers With Autism Spectrum Disorder
  69. Parent reflections of experiences of participating in a randomized controlled trial of a behavioral intervention for infants at risk of autism spectrum disorders
  70. Hyporesponsiveness to social and nonsocial sensory stimuli in children with autism, children with developmental delays, and typically developing children
  71. Communicative Gesture Use in Infants With and Without Autism: A Retrospective Home Video Study
  72. Sensory Response Patterns in Nonverbal Children with ASD
  73. Child and Family Characteristics Influencing Intervention Choices in Autism Spectrum Disorders
  74. Precursors and Trajectories of Sensory Features: Qualitative Analysis of Infant Home Videos
  75. Respiratory sinus arrhythmia as a predictor of language outcomes in children with autism
  76. The First Year Inventory: a longitudinal follow-up of 12-month-old to 3-year-old children
  77. reading and literacy in children with autism
  78. Temperament and Sensory Features of Children with Autism
  79. Differential Associations Between Sensory Response Patterns and Language, Social, and Communication Measures in Children With Autism or Other Developmental Disabilities
  80. Coaching in Early Education Classrooms Serving Children with Autism: A Pilot Study
  81. Behavioral and Physiological Responses to Child-Directed Speech of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders or Typical Development
  82. Relationships Between the Responsiveness of Fathers and Mothers and the Object Play Skills of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders
  83. To What Extent Do Joint Attention, Imitation, and Object Play Behaviors in Infancy Predict Later Communication and Intellectual Functioning in ASD?
  84. The impact of the Advancing Social-communication And Play (ASAP) intervention on preschoolers with autism spectrum disorder
  85. Interventions Targeting Attention in Young Children With Autism
  86. Behavioral and Physiological Responses to Child-Directed Speech as Predictors of Communication Outcomes in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders
  87. Effectiveness of PECS on communication and speech outcomes in ASD
  88. Sensory features and repetitive behaviors in children with autism and developmental delays
  89. Parent Reports of Sensory Experiences of Preschool Children With and Without Autism: A Qualitative Study
  90. Use of Gesture Development in Profiling Children’s Prelinguistic Communication Skills
  91. Language Outcomes for Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  92. Promoting Literacy in Students With ASD: The Basics for the SLP
  93. The First Year Inventory: Retrospective Parent Responses to a Questionnaire Designed to Identify One-Year-Olds at Risk for Autism
  94. First Year Inventory
  95. Hyperresponsive Sensory Patterns in Young Children With Autism, Developmental Delay, and Typical Development
  96. A Parent-Report Instrument for Identifying One-Year-Olds at Risk for an Eventual Diagnosis of Autism: The First Year Inventory
  97. Analysis of Social Interaction Gestures in Infants with Autism
  98. Early Identification of Autism: How Early Can We Go?
  99. Sensory Experiences Questionnaire
  100. Sensory Experiences Questionnaire: discriminating sensory features in young children with autism, developmental delays, and typical development
  101. Object Play in Infants With Autism: Methodological Issues in Retrospective Video Analysis
  102. Toddlers With Autism
  103. Developing an Early Intervention Preservice Specialization in Speech-Language Pathology
  104. Enhancing Emerging Literacy in a Language Preschool
  105. Affective exchanges between young autistic children and their mothers
  106. Affective exchanges between young autistic children and their mothers
  107. Diagnosis and Assessment of Preschool Children
  108. The TEACCH Communication Curriculum
  109. Developing a social communication curriculum for autistic students
  110. Issues in Early Comprehension Development of Children with Autism