This article is based in part on the 2008 New Investigator Award presented at the 12th World Congress of the World Association for Infant Mental Health, Leipzig. We are indebted to all the children and their families for their participation in this study. We are grateful to Keiko Ichikado, Kyuugo Shinozaki, and Takashi Hoshikawa for their help in coordinating the course of this study. We thank Mikuru Shimomura and Chika Inoue for their assistance in collecting the data. We also gratefully acknowledge Hiram E. Fitzgerald and Neil W. Boris for their helpful editing and significant comments on an earlier draft of the article and Kaija Puura for her fruitful discussion.
Imitative behaviors facilitate communicative gaze in children with autism†
Article first published online: 13 JAN 2011
Copyright © 2011 Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health
Infant Mental Health Journal
Special Issue: WAIMH 11th World Congress, Yokohama, Japan, Akachan ni Kanpai (Celebrating the Baby: Baby, Family, and Culture)
Volume 32, Issue 1, pages 134–142, January/February 2011
How to Cite
Sanefuji, W. and Ohgami, H. (2011), Imitative behaviors facilitate communicative gaze in children with autism. Infant Ment. Health J., 32: 134–142. doi: 10.1002/imhj.20287
- Issue published online: 13 JAN 2011
- Article first published online: 13 JAN 2011
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