Alan J. Lincoln focuses on Autism, Developmental psychology, Cognition, Developmental disorder and Neuroscience. His studies in Autism integrate themes in fields like El Niño and Pathology. The Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Mirror neuron, Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Williams syndrome.
The concepts of his Cognition study are interwoven with issues in Habituation and Sensory system. His Developmental disorder research incorporates themes from Cerebellum, Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Audiology and Cognitive flexibility. His research investigates the connection with Cerebellum and areas like Pediatrics which intersect with concerns in White matter.
Alan J. Lincoln mainly focuses on Autism, Developmental psychology, Cognition, Autism spectrum disorder and Developmental disorder. His Autism research includes elements of Cognitive psychology, Audiology, Visual perception, Clinical psychology and Neuroscience. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Perception, Auditory perception, Intelligence quotient, Williams syndrome and Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale.
Alan J. Lincoln interconnects Down syndrome, Psychopathology and Reinforcement in the investigation of issues within Cognition. Alan J. Lincoln has researched Autism spectrum disorder in several fields, including Social relation, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Social skills and Asperger syndrome. His Developmental disorder research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Language disorder, Cerebellar vermis and Eye movement, Fixation.
Alan J. Lincoln mainly investigates Autism spectrum disorder, Autism, Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology and Neuroscience. His research in Autism spectrum disorder intersects with topics in Matched control and Cognition. Alan J. Lincoln performs integrative study on Autism and Bioenergetics.
Many of his studies on Developmental psychology apply to Sensory system as well. His Clinical psychology study incorporates themes from Intervention, Mirror neuron and Anxiety. Alan J. Lincoln combines subjects such as Tractography and Brain size with his study of Neuroscience.
His primary areas of study are Autism spectrum disorder, Autism, Anxiety, Coping Cat and Asperger syndrome. His research integrates issues of Neuroscience and Mentalization in his study of Autism spectrum disorder. His study in Resting state fMRI, Cognition, Cerebrum, Somatosensory system and Cerebellum are all subfields of Neuroscience.
His Mentalization study introduces a deeper knowledge of Developmental psychology. His study in Anxiety is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Coping and Clinical psychology. His work carried out in the field of Functional neuroimaging brings together such families of science as Mirror neuron and Nonverbal communication.
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Unusual brain growth patterns in early life in patients with autistic disorder: An MRI study
Eric Courchesne;C. M. Karns;H. R. Davis;R. Ziccardi.
Impairment in shifting attention in autistic and cerebellar patients.
Eric Courchesne;Jeanne Townsend;Natacha A. Akshoomoff;Osamu Saitoh.
Behavioral Neuroscience (1994)
Examining the relationship between executive functions and restricted, repetitive symptoms of Autistic Disorder.
Brian R. Lopez;Alan J. Lincoln;Sally J Ozonoff;Zona Lai.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (2005)
II. Hypersociability in Williams Syndrome
Wendy Jones;Ursula Bellugi;Zona Lai;Michael Chiles.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (2000)
Sensorimotor Gating Deficits in Adults with Autism
William Perry;Arpi Minassian;Brian Lopez;Leeza Maron.
Biological Psychiatry (2007)
Abnormality of cerebellar vermian lobules VI and VII in patients with infantile autism: identification of hypoplastic and hyperplastic subgroups with MR imaging.
E Courchesne;O Saitoh;R Yeung-Courchesne;G A Press.
American Journal of Roentgenology (1994)
Cross‐sectional area of the posterior hippocampus in autistic patients with cerebellar and corpus callosum abnormalitiGs
O. Saitoh;E. Courchesne;B. Egaas;A. J. Lincoln.
A new finding: Impairment in shifting attention in autistic and cerebellar patients.
Eric Courchesne;Jeanne P. Townsend;Natacha A. Akshoomoff;Rachel Yeung-Courchesne.
Portions of this work and the theory described were presented at the National Conference of the Autism Society of America (1989, 1990, 1991) and at the National Institute of Mental Health (1985). (1994)
Atypical Cross Talk Between Mentalizing and Mirror Neuron Networks in Autism Spectrum Disorder
Inna Fishman;Christopher L. Keown;Alan J. Lincoln;Jaime A. Pineda.
JAMA Psychiatry (2014)
The Coping Cat Program for Children with Anxiety and Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial
Rebecca H. McNally Keehn;Alan J. Lincoln;Alan J. Lincoln;Milton Z. Brown;Denise A. Chavira;Denise A. Chavira.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (2013)
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