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Co-Occurring Psychiatric Conditions in People with Autism, Intellectual Disability, or Down Syndrome: Prevalence Rates and Service Use Across the Lifespan 

  • Brenna Maddox, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Chair)
  • Lauren Brookman-Frazee, University of California, San Diego (Discussant)
  • Lauren Bishop, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Paper 1)
  • Barbara Caplan, University of California, San Diego (Paper 2)
  • Brenna Maddox, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Paper 3)

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Meaningful Differences in the Everyday Experience of Young Autistic Children

  • Lee Mason, Cook Children’s Health Care System (Chair)
  • Alonzo Andrews, The University of Texas at San Antonio (Discussant)
  • Alonzo Andrews, The University of Texas at San Antonio (Paper 1)
  • Janet Enriquez, University of North Carolina at Charlotte (Paper 2)
  • Lee Mason, Cook Children’s Health Care System (Paper 3)

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Modifying Quantitative Sensory Testing for intellectual and developmental disability populations: Promises and pitfalls

  • Frank Symons, University of Minnesota (Chair)
  • James Bodfish, Vanderbilt University (Discussant)
  • Chantel Barney, Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare (Paper 1)
  • Alyssa Merbler, University of Minnesota (Paper 2)
  • Griffin Rooker, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (Paper 3)
  • Breanne Byiers, University of Minnesota (Paper 4)

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Needs, Treatment acceptability, and Culturally Appropriate Intervention for Asian families of children with Autism and other Developmental Disabilities.

  • Yue Xu, University of Illinois at Chicago (Chair)
  • Esther Son, City University of New York (Discussant)
  • Irang Kim, Tulane University (Paper 1)
  • Qi Wei, University of Oregon (Paper 2)
  • Yue Xu, University of Illinois at Chicago (Paper 3)

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Executive function in brain and everyday life: Lessons from autism, Down syndrome, and mixed etiology developmental disorders

  • Nancy Raitano Lee, Drexel University (Chair)
  • Benjamin Yerys, University of Pennsylvania (2nd Chair)
  • Lauren Kenworthy, Children’s National Medical Center (Discussant)
  • Goldie McQuaid, George Mason University (Paper 1)
  • Benjamin Yerys, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Paper 2)
  • Nancy Raitano Lee, Drexel University (Paper 3)
  • Emily Kuschner, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Paper 4)

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From biology to behaviour: modelling cause and intervention for problem behaviours

  • Caroline Richards, University of Birmingham (Chair)
  • Frank Symons, University of Minnesota (Discussant)
  • Frank Symons, University of Minnesota (Paper 1)
  • Catherine Laverty, University of Birmingham (Paper 2)
  • Adele Dimian, University of Minnesota (Paper 3)
  • Laura Groves, University of Birmingham (Paper 4)
  • Scott Hall, Stanford University (Paper 5)

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Behavioral Interventions to Support Employment Transition Services for Autistic Transition Age Youth

  • Matthew Smith, University of Michigan School of Social Work (Chair)
  • Lauren Bishop, University of Wisconsin (Discussant)
  • Connie Sung, Michigan State University (Paper 1)
  • Matthew Smith, University of Michigan (Paper 2)
  • Kari Sherwood, University of Michigan (Paper 3)

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Patient-Researcher Partnerships Across Rare Genetic Forms of NDD and ASD

  • Shafali Jeste, University of California at Los Angeles (Chair)
  • Alycia Halladay, Rutgers University (2nd Chair)
  • Wendy Chung, Columbia University (Discussant)
  • Shafali Jeste, University of California at Los Angeles (Paper 1)
  • Elizabeth Jalazo, University of California at Chapel Hill (Paper 2)
  • Jill Silverman, University of California at Davis MIND Institute (Paper 3)

Abstract

Novel approaches to behavioural phenotype research in genetic syndromes associated with intellectual disability

  • Jane Waite, Aston University (Chair)
  • Jane Roberts, University of South Carolina (Discussant)
  • Stacey Bissell, University of Birmingham (Paper 1)
  • Georgie Agar, University of Birmingham (Paper 2)
  • Hayley Crawford, University of Warwick (Paper 3)
  • Joanna Moss, University of Surrey (Paper 4)
  • Katherine Ellis, University of Surrey (Paper 5)
  • Scott Hall, Stanford University (Paper 5)

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Parenting Interventions for Diverse and Low-resourced Families and Communities

  • Weiwen Zeng, University of Texas at Austin (Chair)
  • Sarah Dababnah, University of Maryland, Baltimore (Discussant)
  • Megan Kunze, University of Oregon (Paper 1)
  • Sandra Vanegas, Texas State University (Paper 2)
  • Weiwen Zeng, University of Texas at Austin (Paper 3)

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Development and Evaluation of Virtual Adaptations of Evidence Based Interventions for Autism Spectrum Disorder and Fragile X Syndrome

  • Rebecca Shaffer, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (Chair)
  • Judy Reaven, JFK Partners, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center (Discussant)
  • Vivian Lee, York University (Paper 1)
  • Amy Banasik, UC Davis Mind Institute (Paper 2)
  • Jasper Estabillo, UCLA (Paper 3)
  • Rebecca Shaffer, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (Paper 4)

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A Continuum of Technology Use in Parent Mediated Interventions

  • Lauren Little, Rush University (Chair)
  • Brian Boyd, University of Kansas (Discussant)
  • Brittany St. John, University of Wisconsin Madison (Paper 1)
  • Anne Hoffmann, Rush University (Paper 2)
  • Anna Wallisch, University of Kansas (Paper 3)
  • Lauren Little, Rush University (Paper 4)

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Parent-Child Interactions: Implications for Social-Communication Intervention and Treatment in Down Syndrome

  • Susan Loveall, University of Nebraska – Lincoln (Chair)
  • Leonard Abbeduto, University of California, Davis MIND Institute (Discussant)
  • Laura Mattie, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Paper 1)
  • Susan Loveall, University of Nebraska – Lincoln (Paper 2)
  • Marie Moore Channell, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Paper 3)
  • Ciara O’Toole, University College Cork (Paper 4)

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Emotion Regulation in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Novel Clinical and Treatment Outcomes Measures

  • Debra Reisinger, Indiana University School of Medicine (Chair)
  • Rebecca Shaffer, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (Discussant)
  • Deanna Swain, Weill Cornell Medical College (Paper 1)
  • Marika Coffman, Duke University School of Medicine (Paper 2)
  • Debra Reisinger, Indiana University School of Medicine (Paper 3)
  • Lauren Schmitt, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (Paper 4)

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What is the need, and what do we do? Innovations in assessing and treating families of individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders during COVID-19 and beyond.

  • Anne Wheeler, RTI International (Chair)
  • Bridgette Kelleher, (2nd Chair)
  • Elizabeth Jalazo, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Discussant)
  • Anne Wheeler, RTI International (Paper 1)
  • Bridgette Kelleher, Purdue University (Paper 2)
  • Anita Panjwani, Purdue University (Paper 3)
  • Meredith Bucher, Purdue University (Paper 4)

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Autism in College: Exploring First-year Success, Sexual Victimization, and Discrimination Experiences

  • Lauren Baczewski, University of California Los Angeles (Chair)
  • Maria Pizzano, (2nd Chair)
  • Alexandra Sturm, Loyola Marymount University (Discussant)
  • Lauren Baczewski, University of California Los Angeles (Paper 1)
  • Natalie Libster, University of California Los Angeles (Paper 2)
  • Sohyun Kim, University of California Los Angeles (Paper 3)

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Evidenced-Based Interventions for Individuals with Developmental Delays and ASD: A Focus on Latino Families

  • Cameron Neece, Loma Linda University (Chair)
  • Sandy Magaña, University of Texas at Austin (Discussant)
  • Jonathan Safer-Lichtenstein, University of Oregon (Paper 1)
  • Kristina Lopez, Arizona State University (Paper 2)
  • Ann Marie Martin, University of California, Riverside (Paper 3)

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Remote delivery of behavioral intervention for ASD: challenges, successes, and considerations moving forward

  • Carly Hyde, University of California, Los Angeles (Chair)
  • Connie Kasari, University of California, Los Angeles (Discussant)
  • Allison Wainer, Rush University (Paper 1)
  • Carly Hyde, University of California, Los Angeles (Paper 2)
  • Ellen Doernberg, Case Western Reserve University (Paper 3)
  • Katherine Okoniewski, RTI International, Research Triangle Park (Paper 4)
  • Meredith Bucher, Purdue University (Paper 4)

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Parents and Teachers: Collateral Benefits for Children with ASD

  • Lisa Ruble, Ball State University (Chair)
  • Brian Boyd, University of Kansas (Discussant)
  • Sarah Dababnah, University of Maryland, Baltimore (Paper 1)
  • Gazi Azad, Department of Mental Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (Paper 2)
  • Ainsley Losh, Graduate School of Education, University of California Riverside (Paper 3)
  • Yasamin Bolourian, Graduate School of Education, University of California, Riverside (Paper 4)

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Depression service status and the effects of life circumstances on depressive symptoms in adults with ASD

  • Shuting Zheng, University of California San Francisco (Chair)
  • Somer Bishop, (2nd Chair)
  • Katherine Gotham, Rowan University (Discussant)
  • Shuting Zheng, University of California, San Francisco (Paper 1)
  • Linnea Lampinen, University of California San Francisco (Paper 2)
  • Florencia Pezzimenti, Vanderbilt University Medical Center (Paper 3)

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Masks, Mandates, and Mourning: Individuals with Neurodevelopmental and Genetic Disorders and Their Families During the Time of the COVID-19 Global Pandemic

  • Jessica Goldblum, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Chair)
  • Brian Boyd, University of Kansas (Discussant)
  • Jessica Goldblum, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Paper 1)
  • Carly Hyde, The University of California, Los Angeles (Paper 2)
  • Alan Gerber, Stonybrook University (Paper 3)

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