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Atypical Cognitive Deficits in Developmental Disorders

Implications for Brain Function

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Published by Lawrence Erlbaum .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Child & developmental psychology,
  • Cognition & cognitive psychology,
  • Neurosciences,
  • Physiological & neuro-psychology,
  • Developmental disabilities,
  • Cognition Disorders,
  • Human Nervous System,
  • Psychotherapy - Child & Adolescent,
  • Psychology,
  • Developmental neurobiology,
  • Neuropsychology,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Neuropsychology,
  • Autism,
  • Cognition disorders in childre,
  • Cognition disorders in children,
  • Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsSarah H. Broman (Editor), Jordan Grafman (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages360
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7936511M
    ISBN 10080581180X
    ISBN 109780805811803

    Social Cognition and Cognitive Flexibility toms, illness-related deficits, and risk-related deficits play in social success or impairment. Onset before adolescence, for example, may interfere with the suc-cessful mastery of basic social cognitive skills (e.g., facial expression decoding or. Specific deficits have been reported, including in motor imitation, balance, coordination, finger-to-thumb opposition, speech articulation, and the presence of hypotonia. No significant differences were found in tactile perception or gait, beyond that accounted for by cognitive level (Jones and Prior, ; Rapin, b; Stone et al., ).


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Held at the start of the Decade of the Brain, the conference on Atypical Cognitive Deficits in Developmental Disorders: Implications for Brain Function aptly sets the scene for the Decade by laying out the requirements for conceptually, methodologically, and technologically sound multidisciplinary research in this area.

It provides investigators with thoughtful and rich essays they will want to ponder, return to, and discuss throughout the Decade of the Brain.3/5(1). Broman, S. (Ed.), Grafman, J.

(Ed.). Atypical Cognitive Deficits in Developmental Disorders. This volume is based on a conference held to examine what is known about cognitive behaviors and brain structure and function in three syndromes and to evaluate the usefulness of such by:   Studies of these disorders using neurobiological and behavioral techniques can yield new insights into the localization of cognitive function and the developmental course of atypical cognitive profiles.

The focus of this book is a discussion of the multidisciplinary research findings from studies of autism, Pages:   Read "Atypical Cognitive Deficits in Developmental Disorders Implications for Brain Function" by available from Rakuten Kobo.

This volume is based on a conference held to examine what is known about cognitive behaviors and brain structure and fun Brand: Taylor And Francis. Studies of these disorders using neurobiological and behavioral techniques can yield new insights into the localization of cognitive function and the developmental course of atypical cognitive profiles.

The focus of this book is a discussion of the multidisciplinary research findings from studies of autism, and Williams and Turner syndromes.

Atypical Cognitive Deficits in Developmental Disorders: Implications for Brain Function. [Sarah H Broman; Jordan Grafman] -- This volume is based on a conference held to examine what is known about cognitive behaviors and brain structure and function in three syndromes and to evaluate the usefulness of such models.

Studies of these disorders using neurobiological and behavioral techniques can yield new insights into the localization of cognitive function and the developmental course of atypical cognitive profiles.

The focus of this book is a discussion of the multidisciplinary research findings from studies of autism, and Williams and Turner : Taylor And Francis. Atypical cognitive deficits in developmental disorders: implications for brain function. [Sarah H Broman; Jordan Grafman;] -- This volume is based on a conference held to examine what is known about cognitive behaviors and brain structure and function in three syndromes and to evaluate the usefulness of such models.

Developmental Disorders: Selected full-text books and articles Atypical Cognitive Deficits in Developmental Disorders: Implications for Brain Function By Sarah H.

Broman; Jordan Grafman Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, In S. Broman and J. Grafman (Eds.), Atypical cognitive deficits in developmental disorders: Implications for brain function (pp 23 - 56). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. Self recognition and awareness. The ability to recognize one’s own face in the mirror is considered a test for ‘self-awareness’.

Self-recognition as measured by mirror tests [] in 18 months old children has been depicted as a developmental milestone in self-conception and described as the ‘achievement of a cognitive self’ [].Not only is self recognition essential for developing Cited by: School records documented normal cognitive development but atypical language development.

A receptive developmental language disorder involves significant deficits in theory of mind, verbal. Autism is a pervasive developmental disorder occurring with or without mental retardation and defined by extreme social deficits, delayed development and bizarre use of language, and unusual sensory responses, with onset before 30 months of age (American Psychiatric Association, ).Cited by: 8.

The focus of this book is on atypical development, as a companion volume on typical development has also been published. The relevance of the described findings to treatment or educational initiatives is often discussed explicitly here. One contributor (Nelson) describes event-related potentials and their use in studying cognitive by: 1.

Sometimes, children with attention deficits, learning disabilities, communication disorders, or pervasive developmental disorders may be thought to have intellectual disability. To make a correct diagnosis, all children with a pattern of delayed or abnormal development or learning should undergo comprehensive psychoeducational : Georgina Peacock, MD.

Eating disorders (ED), including anorexia and bulimia nervosa, are chronic illnesses with periods of symptom exacerbation and remission. Because symptoms are usually present from 6 to 24 months before a diagnosis is made, aetiological agents are believed to be active well before symptoms appear.

It is proposed that neuropsychological deficits in various cognitive domains preexist and Cited by: Table Diagnostic Criteria for Intellectual Disability (Intellectual Developmental Disorder) Intellectual disability (intellectual developmental disorder) is a disorder with onset during the developmental period that includes.

both intellectual and adaptive functioning deficits in conceptual, social, and practical Size: 1MB. These dysfunctions imply, and a small amount of evidence now demonstrates, that congenital or early developing changes in the neural substrate also exist and contribute to atypical development.

Understanding the cognitive impairments of children with genetic disorders in Cited by: Even relatively common disorders may go undiagnosed and untreated by clinicians who are not familiar with the range of "atypical" cognitive or behavioral symptoms possible in an affected child.

Recent research in genetics and brain development has altered the phenotypic description of various disorders, but this new knowledge is not readily. The neurodevelopmental disorders are a group of conditions with onset in the developmental period.

The disorders typically manifest early in development, often before the child enters grade school, and are characterized by developmental deficits that produce impairments of personal, social, academic, or occupational functioning.

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5, published in ) includes Asperger syndrome, childhood disintegrative disorder, and pervasive developmental disorders not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS) as part of ASD rather than as separate disorders. Chapter 8 focuses exclusively on ADHD, a complex disorder with a broad spectrum of involvement.

It is also one of the most widely researched of neurodevelopmental disorders; yet pinpointing its causal mechanisms and attention pathways has not proved as straightforward as at first it appears. Core issues of concern centre on the disorders heterogeneity, the presence of co-morbid disorders (e.g.

Non-Alzheimer's and Atypical Dementia the book is a very useful volume to have on hand when questions arise about a patient with cognitive issues, as well as a book to read from cover to cover. He ran the first ever US treatment study for CJD.

He also has an active research interest in cognitive dysfunction in movement disorders, such. Introduction. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by deficits in social communication and the presence of restricted, repetitive behaviors (RRB) (American Psychiatric Association, ); current estimates state that it affects 1 in 68 children (Christensen et al., ).Despite the first scientific report of ASD mentioning altered sensory Cited by:   Martin Herberts latest book provides an interesting and informative account of the childs journey from the womb to the world outside, through childhood and into adolescence.

It is based on the belief that it is vital for those training to work with children who have problems to understand what is typical or atypical in childrens : Martin Herbert.

A pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS) is one of the four autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and also one of the five disorders classified as a pervasive developmental disorder (PDD). According to the DSM-IV, PDD-NOS is a diagnosis that is used for "severe and pervasive impairment in the development of reciprocal social interaction or verbal and nonverbal Specialty: Psychiatry.

ADHD & disruptive behavior disorders: deficits in executive functioning ADHD and executive functioning. One line of research to be evaluated when examining these pathways is that of cognitive deficits among children with by: COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN WITH AUTISM Cognitive development in children with autism spectrum disorder is vastly complex in its entirety.

During development, the most critical period is within the first 6 years of life; at the age of 7, our brain is nearly developed to the average adult size. Attention Deficit Disorder is a neurobehavioral disorder that causes multiple problems for children. Typically, the child with ADD will experience difficulties in several areas of life, including learning, peer relationships, self-esteem, mood, behavior, and family relationships.

The book addresses the role of attention deficits in psychological disorders and normal aging and considers the implications for intervention and prevention. It includes 85 illustrations.

New to This Edition *Significant updates and many new chapters reflecting major advances in the field. Childhood disorders, often labeled as developmental disorders or learning disorders, most often occur and are diagnosed when the child is of school-age.

Atypical autism or pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS) is a form of autism that was diagnosed from to 1  It first appeared in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fourth edition (DSM-IV) to encompass the many children who had some, but not all, symptoms of autism.

"It is exceedingly difficult to keep up with the rapidly changing area of human cognitive development, learning, and the brain.

Now, in this pair of volumes, leading contributors summarize our current understanding of normal and atypical development across the cognitive Pages: The research literature poses a wide range of figures pertaining to cognitive deficit in bipolar disorder, with studies showing incidence rates between 15 percent on the low end and 60 percent on.

Start studying developmental and cognitive disorders. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. (pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified)-Rett's disorder gradual onset of cognitive deficits caused by alzheimer's disease, principally identified by a person's inability to recall.

-Loss AFTER normal development of 3 years or older-Different from Autism: Autistics don't lose abilities-Severe deficits in cognitive ability-Children may stop speaking or revert to single words.

They often lose bowel or bladder control and withdraw into themselves, rejecting social interaction with adults or. impairments in language and related cognitive skills, and; behavioral and emotional challenges. These core features are significantly influenced by developmental level of language acquisition (e.g., pre-symbolic, emerging language, and conversational language) and the severity level of the disorder.

Cognitive Problem Symptoms, Causes and Effects Cognitive disorders often begin subtly but progress until they significantly impede the affected individual’s quality of life. It is important to understand the various cognitive disorders, their symptoms and relevant treatment options.

It is based on the belief that it is vital for those training to work with children who have problems to understand what is typical or atypical in children's first half of the book, discussing normal patterns of growth and development, is cross-referenced to equivalent chapters in the second half, which discuss the atypical route.

The primary purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of social disadvantage on motor development in young children. In addition, the study explored a possible link between an early neuromotor indicator and attainments in language and reading in two age groups (children 4 to 5 years and 7 to 8 years).

In this innovative book, cognitive psychologist Shelia M. Kennison presents a rich overview of research on how the human brain works when processing humor, drawing on the new and sophisticated brain-imaging technologies that have enabled researchers and health professionals to expand their knowledge about how the brain works under different : most neurodevelopmental disorders have complex and mu ltiple contributors rather than any with reduced cognitive function, including lower intelligence quotient (IQ) and reduced name “attention deficit disorder” in the early s and revised it to “attention.Autism has been attributed to a deficit in contextual information processing.

Attempts to understand autism in terms of such a defect, however, do not include more recent computational work upon context. This work has identified that context information processing depends upon the extraction and use of the information hidden in higher-order (or indirect) by: 8.