While there has been a steady rise in the number of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), access to empirically-supported community-based services and skilled providers for these children and their families remains limited. There is a pressing need to conduct research that will increase the availability of time-limited and cost-effective empirically-supported interventions for children with ASD.
The Dynamic Brain: Leading-Edge Approaches From Human Neuroscience to Brain Functional Differences in ADHD, Autism and Neurodevelopmental Differences
There is a professional practice gap in understanding the application of systems and computational neuroscience techniques to brain functional differences in neuropsychiatric disorders of...
Leveraging Implementation Science to Optimize Behavioral Health Services in Schools
Mental health innovations are frequently implemented in schools and other community service contexts, but are frequently not based on the rapidly growing literature on implementation science.
The Developmental Pathways Project: Lessons Learned While Conducting a 17-Year Cohort Study of Depression and Conduct Problems in Seattle Adolescents
Viewers will learn about a Seattle cohort study, the Developmental Pathways Project, that has contributed to understanding the etiology, phenomenology and outcomes of comorbid depression and conduct...
Promoting Early Detection and Intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorder in Washington State Communities
Early detection of ASD is critical for optimizing child outcomes, yet many barriers to identifying and serving these children exist in our current healthcare delivery system.
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