Non-Verbal Short-Term Serial Memory In Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Bowler, D. M.; Poirier, M.; Martin, J. S.; Gaigg, S. B.;
(2016)

In order to clarify the role of item and order memory in the serial recall of aduts with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), we carried out two experiments in which adults with ASD and comparison participants matched on chronological age and verbal IQ saw sequences of seven... View more
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