By Peter C. Mundy PhD
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Varied constellations of genetic and neurodevelopmental ICPs contribute to differences in ASD expression at different ages across the course of autism in individuals. ) may be caused by the interactions of the ICPs of autism with non-syndrome-specific MPs, such as variation in the temperament dimensions of avoidance and approach tendencies associated with the behavioral inhibition and activation systems respectively. From Burnette et al. (2011). Copyright 2011 by Springer New York LLC. Reprinted by permission.
In other words, the study of joint attention is the study of the human cognitive and neurocognitive capacity for social reference (Bruner, 1975; Bates, Camaioni, & Volterra, 1975; Mundy & Newell, 2007; Tomasello, Carpenter, Call, Behne, & Moll, 2005; Mundy & Newell, 2007). Indeed, it is fair to argue that nothing is more basic to social communication development than our exquisitely honed human capacity to coordinate our attention with that of another person and/or to refer the attention of another person to a common point of interest.
The issue is not whether a dimensional or categorical approach is more appropriate for the science of ASD, because they are both appropriate. What is important is to recognize all of the dimensions of human nature that are distinctly involved in autism spectrum development. , 1989, 1994). However, we still have miles to go to identify all the physiological, genetic, neurodevelopmental, cognitive, social, and emotional dimensions that characterize autism spectrum development across the lifespan.
Autism and Joint Attention: Development, Neuroscience, and Clinical Fundamentals by Peter C. Mundy PhD