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Factor structure and diagnostic fidelity of the Baby and Infant Screen for Children with aUtIsm Traits–Part 1 (BISCUIT–part 1)

Factor structure and diagnostic fidelity of the Baby and Infant Screen for Children with aUtIsm Traits–Part 1 (BISCUIT–part 1),10.3109/175184209032135

Factor structure and diagnostic fidelity of the Baby and Infant Screen for Children with aUtIsm Traits–Part 1 (BISCUIT–part 1)   (Citations: 7)
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Journal: Developmental Neurorehabilitation , vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 72-79, 2010
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    • ...This finding is striking when one considers that children are typically not diagnosed until 5‐7 years (Matson, Boisjoli, Hess, & Wilkins,2010; Fombonne et al.,2004; Oslejsková, Kontrová, Foralová, Dusek, & Némethová, 2007; Siklos & Kerns, 2007)...
    • ...Matson, Wilkins, and Fodstad (2010) found a slightly later mean onset of regression in their group occurring at 27.7 months of age...
    • ...The internal reliability of the BISCUIT was evaluated in Matson et al. (2010)...
    • ...The sensitivity and specificity of the BISCUIT ‐ part 1 was evaluated by Matson et al. (2010)...
    • ...BISCUIT ‐ part 1 are presented in Matson, Boisjoli, et al. (2010)...

    Dennis R. Dixonet al. Early Detection of Autism Spectrum Disorders

    • ...Thus, the ASD-DC correctly classified 76.5% of the sample with ASD compared to 58.8% for the CARS (Matson, Mahan, Hess, Neal, & Fodstad, 2010)...
    • ...Correct classification of ASD by the ASD-DC was 73% compared to 46% by the ADI-R (Matson, Hess, Mahan, & Fodstad, 2010)...
    • ...An exploratory factor analysis of the items yielded a three-factor solution: socialization/nonverbal communication, repetitive behavior/restricted interests, and communication (Matson, Boisjoli, Hess, & Wilkins, 2010)...

    Julie A. Worleyet al. Diagnostic Instruments for the Core Features of ASD

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