Visual motion prediction and verbal false memory performance in autistic children
Recent theoretical accounts propose that atypical predictive processing can explain the diverse cognitive and behavioural features associated with autism, and that difficulties in making predictions may be related to reduced contextual processing. In this pre-registered study, thirty autistic children aged 6-14 years and thirty typically developing children matched in age and non-verbal IQ completed visual extrapolation and false memory tasks to assess predictive abilities and contextual proc...Expand abstract
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