His scientific interests lie mostly in Autism, Developmental psychology, Autism spectrum disorder, Genetics and Cognition. His Autism research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Special education, Cognitive psychology and Anthropometry. His work on Motor skill as part of general Developmental psychology research is frequently linked to Institutional repository, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Jean Steyaert has researched Autism spectrum disorder in several fields, including Social relation, Gene, Cerebellum and Human phenotype. His Genetics and Positional cloning and Candidate gene investigations all form part of his Genetics research activities. His Cognition study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Psychopathology, Clinical psychology, Language development and Fluency.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Autism, Autism spectrum disorder, Developmental psychology, Cognitive psychology and Genetics. In his research, Visual processing is intimately related to Visual perception, which falls under the overarching field of Autism. Jean Steyaert has included themes like Audiology, Intellectual disability and Clinical psychology in his Autism spectrum disorder study.
His biological study deals with issues like Cognition, which deal with fields such as Categorization. Jean Steyaert interconnects Perception, Gaze, Cognitive flexibility, Stimulus and Facial expression in the investigation of issues within Cognitive psychology. His works in Candidate gene, Gene, Fragile X syndrome and Phenotype are all subjects of inquiry into Genetics.
Jean Steyaert mainly focuses on Autism spectrum disorder, Autism, Developmental psychology, Cognitive psychology and Clinical psychology. His Autism spectrum disorder research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Visual perception, Perception, Audiology and Cognition, Cognitive flexibility. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Symptom severity, Reciprocity, Theory of mind, Oxytocin and Exploratory factor analysis.
His research in Developmental psychology intersects with topics in Child and adolescent psychiatry and Set. His Cognitive psychology research focuses on subjects like Face perception, which are linked to Gaze, Facial expression, Emotional expression, Empathy and Response bias. Jean Steyaert combines subjects such as Problem behaviour and Quality of life with his study of Clinical psychology.
Jean Steyaert spends much of his time researching Autism spectrum disorder, Autism, Developmental psychology, Visual perception and Cognitive psychology. His work carried out in the field of Autism spectrum disorder brings together such families of science as Audiology, Cognition, Intellectual disability, Neurofibromatosis and Clinical psychology. His study on Autism is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Theory of mind.
His research integrates issues of Child and adolescent psychiatry, Symptom severity, Cognitive flexibility and Set in his study of Developmental psychology. His Visual perception research incorporates elements of Biological neural network, Visual processing and Stimulation. His Cognitive psychology research includes themes of Perception and Face perception.
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Disruptive CHD8 Mutations Define a Subtype of Autism Early in Development
Raphael Bernier;Christelle Golzio;Bo Xiong;Holly A. Stessman.
Neighbourhood level and individual level SES effects on child problem behaviour: a multilevel analysis
A C Kalff;M Kroes;J S H Vles;J G M Hendriksen.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2001)
Cognitive flexibility in autism spectrum disorder: Explaining the inconsistencies?
Lien Van Eylen;Bart Boets;Jean Steyaert;Kris Evers.
Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders (2011)
Verbal fluency over time as a measure of automatic and controlled processing in children with ADHD.
P P M Hurks;J G M Hendriksen;J G M Hendriksen;J S H Vles;A C Kalff.
Brain and Cognition (2004)
The neurobeachin gene is disrupted by a translocation in a patient with idiopathic autism
D Castermans;V Wilquet;E Parthoens;C Huysmans.
Journal of Medical Genetics (2003)
CALL interrupted in a patient with non-specific mental retardation: gene dosage-dependent alteration of murine brain development and behavior
Suzanna G M Frints;Peter Marynen;Dieter Hartmann;Jean-Pierre Fryns.
Human Molecular Genetics (2003)
Semantic category fluency versus initial letter fluency over 60 seconds as a measure of automatic and controlled processing in healthy school-aged children.
P.P.M. Hurks;J.S.H. Vles;J.G.M. Hendriksen;A.C. Kalff.
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology (2006)
The XYY syndrome: a follow-up study on 38 boys.
M Geerts;Jean Steyaert;Jean-Pierre Fryns.
Genetic Counseling (2003)
Altered functional connectivity of the language network in ASD: Role of classical language areas and cerebellum
Marjolein Verly;Judith Verhoeven;Inge Zink;Dante Mantini.
NeuroImage: Clinical (2014)
Expanded motor and psychiatric phenotype in autosomal dominant Segawa syndrome due to GTP cyclohydrolase deficiency
J L K Van Hove;Jean Steyaert;Gert Matthijs;Eric Legius.
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry (2006)
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