Publication Date

Fall 2015

Faculty Supervisor

Jeffrey Hickman


Two research studies, one pinpointing difference in areas of the brain used in pragmatic language activities between neurotypical and autistic children, and the other examining pragmatic language development in children with autism over time are summarized and compared.


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