Autism-Open Access

Autism-Open Access
Open Access

ISSN: 2165-7890


Citations Report

Citations Report - Autism-Open Access [710 Articles]

The articles published in Autism-Open Access have been cited 710 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Autism-Open Access.

Thurman AJ, McDuffie A, Kover ST, Hagerman RJ, Abbeduto L (2015) Autism symptomatology in boys with fragile X syndrome: a cross sectional developmental trajectories comparison with nonsyndromic autism spectrum disorder. Journal of autism and developmental disorders 45: 2816-2832.

Helen B (2016) Reactions, Challenges and Coping Mechanisms of Mothers Raising Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): The case of Addis Ababa City (Doctoral dissertation, Addis Ababa University).

Dardas LA, Ahmad MM (2015) Myths and Misconceptions About Cancer: Findings from Jordan. Medicine Journal 2: 88.

Dardas LA, Bailey Jr DE, Simmons LA (2016) Adolescent depression in the arab region: a systematic literature review. Issues in mental health nursing 37:569-585.

Dardas LA (2015) Parenting a Child with Autism: Findings from Jordan. Emerging Approaches to Family Health Research across the Life Span, At Washington DC, USA.

Ahmad MM, Dardas LA (2015) The hidden patients: Fathers of children with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability 40: 368-375.

Obeid R, Daou N (2015) The effects of coping style, social support, and behavioral problems on the well-being of mothers of children with autism spectrum disorders in Lebanon. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders10: 59-70.

Dardas LA, Ahmad MM (2014) Validation of the World Health Organization’s quality of life questionnaire with parents of children with Autistic Disorder. Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44: 2257-2263.

Dardas LA, Ahmad MM (2014) Psychosocial correlates of parenting a child with Autistic Disorder. Journal of Nursing Research. 22:183-191.

Dardas LA, Ahmad MM (2014) Predictors of quality of life for fathers and mothers of children with autistic disorder. Research in Developmental Disabilities 35: 1326-1333.