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Restricted and repetitive behaviors in young children with autism  

Restricted and repetitive behaviors and interests (RRBs) are a defining characteristic of autism. This comparative, longitudinal study will document the early development of RRBs and how these behaviors differ in three groups of young children: 1) children with autism/ASD between 2 and 3 years of age; 2) children with developmental disabilities (DD) between 2 and 3 years of age, and 3) typically developing children (TD).

2008

Funder National Institutes of Health
Fiscal Year Funding $233,365.00
Project Number P01NS026630-20
Principal Investigator Cuccaro, Michael
Strategic Plan Question Question 2: How Can I Understand What Is Happening? (Biology)
Strategic Plan Objective Yellow dot: Objective has some degree of funding, but less than the recommended amount. 2.5 Complete a large-scale, multi-disciplinary, collaborative project that longitudinally and comprehensively examines how the biological, clinical, and developmental profiles of children, with a special emphasis on females, youths, and adults with ASD change over time as compared to typically developing people by 2020. IACC Recommended Budget: $126,200,000 over 12 years.
Federal or Private? Federal
Institution Duke University
State/Country North Carolina
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New! History/Related Projects Restricted and repetitive behaviors in young children with autism (supplement) | $23,131.00 | 2009 | 3P01NS026630-20S1