Deborah D. Hatton focuses on Fragile X syndrome, Developmental disorder, Developmental psychology, Autism and El Niño. Deborah D. Hatton has included themes like Cohort study, Sensory profile, Sensory system and Mental age in her Fragile X syndrome study. Her research investigates the connection with Developmental disorder and areas like Child development which intersect with concerns in Psychomotor learning, Temperament and Social skills.
Her Developmental psychology research includes themes of Activities of daily living, Severity of illness, Cognition and Sensory processing. In general Autism study, her work on Childhood Autism Rating Scale often relates to the realm of Health care, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Her El Niño research focuses on Clinical psychology and how it relates to Psychiatry.
Her main research concerns Fragile X syndrome, Developmental psychology, Autism, Clinical psychology and Visual impairment. Her Fragile X syndrome study incorporates themes from Audiology, El Niño, Anxiety, Mental age and Developmental disorder. Her Developmental disorder study combines topics in areas such as Childhood Autism Rating Scale and Psychomotor learning.
Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Intervention, Temperament and Cognition. Her study in the field of Autism spectrum disorder is also linked to topics like Gaze, Sensory motor and Cross-sectional study. The various areas that Deborah D. Hatton examines in her Clinical psychology study include Psychiatry and Intelligence quotient.
Deborah D. Hatton spends much of her time researching Developmental psychology, Fragile X syndrome, Visual impairment, Autism and Temperament. Her Developmental psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Psychological intervention, Multiple baseline design and Literacy. Her work carried out in the field of Fragile X syndrome brings together such families of science as Working memory, Mental age, Cognition and Child development.
Her Visual impairment research includes themes of Multiple disabilities, Intervention, Medical education, Teaching method and Braille. Her work deals with themes such as Age differences, Clinical psychology and Anxiety, which intersect with Autism. Her studies deal with areas such as Etiology and Comorbidity as well as Clinical psychology.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Fragile X syndrome, Autism, Clinical psychology and Temperament. Her Developmental psychology research includes elements of Intervention and Mental age. Deborah D. Hatton performs integrative Fragile X syndrome and Visual perception research in her work.
Her Autism research focuses on Anxiety and how it connects with Age differences. Many of her research projects under Clinical psychology are closely connected to Affect with Affect, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Her research in Temperament intersects with topics in Negative affectivity and Shyness.
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Evidence-Based Practices in Interventions for Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Samuel L. Odom;Lana Collet-Klingenberg;Sally J. Rogers;Deborah D. Hatton.
Preventing School Failure (2010)
Autistic behavior in children with fragile X syndrome: prevalence, stability, and the impact of FMRP.
Deborah D. Hatton;John Sideris;Martie Skinner;Jean Mankowski.
American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A (2006)
Autistic Behavior in Young Boys with Fragile X Syndrome.
Donald B. Bailey;Gary B. Mesibov;Deborah D. Hatton;Renee D. Clark.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (1998)
Autistic behavior, FMR1 protein, and developmental trajectories in young males with fragile X syndrome.
Donald B. Bailey;Deborah D. Hatton;Martie Skinner;Gary Mesibov.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (2001)
Early Development, Temperament, and Functional Impairment in Autism and Fragile X Syndrome
Donald B. Bailey;Deborah D. Hatton;Gary Mesibov;Nicole Ament.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (2000)
Working memory subsystems and task complexity in young boys with Fragile X syndrome.
S Baker;S Hooper;M Skinner;D Hatton.
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research (2011)
Early developmental trajectories of males with fragile X syndrome.
Donald B. Bailey;Deborah D. Hatton;Martie Skinner.
American Journal on Mental Retardation (1998)
ADHD symptoms in children with FXS.
Kelly Sullivan;Deborah Hatton;Julie Hammer;John Sideris.
American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A (2006)
Problem behavior in boys with fragile X syndrome.
Deborah D. Hatton;Stephen R. Hooper;Donald B. Bailey;Martie L. Skinner.
American Journal of Medical Genetics (2002)
Sensory processing correlates of occupational performance in children with fragile X syndrome: Preliminary findings
Grace T. Baranek;Yuki H. Chin;Laura M. Greiss Hess;Jann G. Yankee.
American Journal of Occupational Therapy (2002)
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