Autism-Open Access

Autism-Open Access
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Citations Report

Citations Report - Autism-Open Access [143 Articles]

The articles published in Autism-Open Access have been cited 143 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Autism-Open Access.

Carter CJ, Blizard RA (2016) Autism genes are selectively targeted by environmental pollutants including pesticides, heavy metals, bisphenol A, phthalates and many others in food, cosmetics or household products. Neurochemistry International 101: 83-109.

Walker M (2015) Formula Supplementation of Breastfed Infants: Helpful or Hazardous?. ICAN: Infant, Child, & Adolescent Nutrition 7:198-207.

Westmark CJ (2014) A hypothesis regarding the molecular mechanism underlying dietary soy-induced effects on seizure propensity. Frontiers in neurology 5.

Fernandes FD, Amato CA, Defense-Netrval DA, Molini-Avejonas DR (2014) Speech–Language Intervention for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder in Brazil. Topics in Language Disorders 34: 155-167.

Kaboski JR, Diehl JJ, Beriont J, Crowell CR, Villano M, Wier K, Tang K (2015) Brief report: A pilot summer robotics camp to reduce social anxiety and improve social/vocational skills in adolescents with ASD. Journal of autism and developmental disorders 45: 3862-3869.

Oktavia A, Syamsudin MM, Atmojo IR (2014) Efek Terapi Perilaku dengan Metode Applied Behavior Analysis Terhadap Kemandirian Anak Autis. KUMARA CENDEKIA.

Oktavia A, Syamsudin MM, Atmojo IR (2014) Efek Terapi Perilaku dengan Metode Applied Behavior Analysis Terhadap Kemandirian Anak Autis. KUMARA CENDEKIA 2.

Davis MH (2015) An Examination of the Effectiveness of Systematic and Engaging Early Literacy (SEEL) with Children with ASD.

Teti M, Cheak-Zamora N, Lolli B, Maurer-Batjer A (2016) Reframing Autism: Young Adults With Autism Share Their Strengths Through Photo-Stories. Journal of Pediatric Nursing 31: 619-629.

Mosienko V, Beis D, Alenina N, Wöhr M (2015) Reduced isolation-induced pup ultrasonic communication in mouse pups lacking brain serotonin. Molecular autism 6: 13.

Wöhr M (2014) Ultrasonic vocalizations in Shank mouse models for autism spectrum disorders: detailed spectrographic analyses and developmental profiles. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 43: 199-212.

Ey E, Torquet N, Le Sourd AM, Leblond CS, Boeckers TM, Faure P, Bourgeron T (2013) The Autism ProSAP1/Shank2 mouse model displays quantitative and structural abnormalities in ultrasonic vocalisations. Behavioural brain research 256: 677-689.

Rieger MA, Dougherty JD (2016) Analysis of within subjects variability in mouse ultrasonic vocalization: pups exhibit inconsistent, state-like patterns of call production. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 10.

Ferhat AT, Le Sourd AM, de Chaumont F, Olivo-Marin JC, Bourgeron T, Ey E (2015) Social communication in mice–Are there optimal cage conditions?. PloS one 10: e0121802.

Konopka G, Roberts TF (2016) Animal models of speech and vocal communication deficits associated with psychiatric disorders. Biological psychiatry 79: 53-61.

Homberg JR, Kyzar EJ, Nguyen M, Norton WH, Pittman J, Poudel MK, Gaikwad S, Nakamura S, Koshiba M, Yamanouchi H, Scattoni ML (2016) Understanding autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders through experimental translational neurobehavioral models. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 65: 292-312.

Mosienko V, Beis D, Alenina N, Wöhr M (2015) Reduced isolation-induced pup ultrasonic communication in mouse pups lacking brain serotonin. Molecular autism 6: 13.

Wöhr M (2014) Ultrasonic vocalizations in Shank mouse models for autism spectrum disorders: detailed spectrographic analyses and developmental profiles. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 43: 199-212.

Ey E, Torquet N, Le Sourd AM, Leblond CS, Boeckers TM, Faure P, Bourgeron T (2013) The Autism ProSAP1/Shank2 mouse model displays quantitative and structural abnormalities in ultrasonic vocalisations. Behavioural brain research 256: 677-689.

Qiu T, Chang C, Li Y, Qian L, Xiao CY, Xiao T, Xiao X, Xiao YH, Chu KK, Lewis MH, Ke X (2016) Two years changes in the development of caudate nucleus are involved in restricted repetitive behaviors in 2–5-year-old children with autism spectrum disorder. Developmental cognitive neuroscience19: 137-143.

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