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The relationship between autistic symptomatology and independent living skills in adolescents and young adults with fragile X syndrome

By: Hustyi, Kristin M.
Contributor(s): Hall, Scott S | Quintin, Eve-Marie | Chromik, Lindsay C | Lightbody, Amy A | Reiss, Allan L.
Series: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 45 (6) 2015: 1836-1844. 2015Subject(s): AUTISM | FRAGILE X SYNDROME | ADOLESCENTS | YOUNG ADULTS | INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLSSummary: Examined the association between autistic symptomatology and level of competence in independent living skills in a group of older adolescents and young adults with FXS using the ADOS and the ILS, two direct measures of these respective constructs. Found that participants with FXS who had greater levels of autistic symptomatology were more dependent on the support of others than individuals with fewer autistic symptoms.
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Examined the association between autistic symptomatology and level of competence in independent living skills in a group of older adolescents and young adults with FXS using the ADOS and the ILS, two direct measures of these respective constructs. Found that participants with FXS who had greater levels of autistic symptomatology were more dependent on the support of others than individuals with fewer autistic symptoms.

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