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2007

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Sep
2007

This study is the first to evaluate the Social Communication Questionnaire (SCQ) and the Developmental Behaviour Checklist-Autism Screening Algorithm (DBC-ASA) in the same sample of school-aged children with intellectual disability (ID) with and without Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDDs).
Parents of 49 children (36 with PDDs and 13 with ID) completed a survey that included a demographic form, a measure of adaptive behaviour (the SIB-R), the SCQ, and the DBC-ASA.
According to established cut-offs, the SCQ's sensitivity was .

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Dec
2007

Screening instruments for autistic-spectrum disorders have not been compared in the same sample.
To compare the Social Communication Questionnaire (SCQ), the Social Responsiveness Scale (SRS) and the Children's Communication Checklist (CCC).
Screen and diagnostic assessments on 119 children between 9 and 13 years of age with special educational needs with and without autistic-spectrum disorders were weighted to estimate screen characteristics for a realistic target population.

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Apr
2008

To test the reliability and validity of the Pervasive Developmental Disorders Assessment System (PDDAS), a Japanese semistructured interview system.
The PDDAS, consisting of 91 items including 12 major items corresponding to 12 items in criterion A of DSM-IV autistic disorder criteria, 36 items on autistic symptoms and three Asperger's disorder (AS) screening items for diagnosing pervasive developmental disorders (PDD) and their subtypes and 40 items for other information including early development and past/family histories, was administered to mothers of 77 PDD children and 64 non-PDD children.
The PDDAS had satisfactory interrater reliability (ranges of kappa, r and raw agreement rate were 0.

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1978

[The normal child myth, or everyday reality?].

Rev Neuropsychiatr Infant 1978 Sep;26(9):461-7
C Koupernik

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