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Compliance and School Liking in Children with High Functioning Autism and Typically-Developing Peers: Relations with Temperament and Parent Behaviors

Abstract The constructs of compliance and temperament play an important role in children's school liking and engagement, and these constructs may differ between typically-developing children and children with autism because of the deficits associated with autism. The present study examined group differences among temperament, parent and child behaviors in a compliance context, and school liking and how these processes related to each other. This was the first study to examine school liking in children with high functioning autism and to explore the associations among school liking, temperament, and compliance in this population. Participants included children with high functioning autism (n = 20) and typically-developing children (n = 20) matc... (more)
Created Date 2011
Contributor Inglese, Crystal (Author) / Jahromi, Laudan B (Advisor) / Spinrad, Tracy (Committee member) / Sullivan, Amanda (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)
Subject Developmental Psychology / autism / compliance / parent behaviors / school liking / temperament
Type Masters Thesis
Extent 119 pages
Language English
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Note M.A. Educational Psychology 2011
Collaborating Institutions Graduate College / ASU Library
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