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Wetenschappelijke bijdragen

De door Sig ondersteunde onderzoeksprojecten leidden in 2018 tot de volgende wetenschappelijke bijdragen:?
 

Artikels

Baten, E., & Desoete, A. (2017). Kan het opportunity-propensity model ons helpen om de samenhangen en de comorbiditeit in de variantie in (a)typisch rekenen te verklaren? Logopedie, juli-augustus 2017, 75-90.

Baten, E., & Desoete, A. (2018). Mathematical (dis)abilities within the Opportunity-Propensity model: The choice of math test matters. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, Art. 667 -Developmental Psychology. 

Baten, E., & Desoete, A. (2019). Metacognition and motivation in school-aged children with and without mathematical learning disabilities in Flanders. ZDM Mathematics Education.

Baten, E., Pixner, S., & Desoete, A. (2019). Motivational and math anxiety perspective for mathematical learning and learning difficulties. In A. Fritz, V.G. Haase, & P. Räsänen (Red.), International handbook of mathematical learning difficulties from the laboratory to the classroom (pp. 454-467). Berlin: Springer.

Baten, E., Praet, M., & Desoete, A. (2017). The relevance and efficacy of metacognition for instructional design in the domain of mathematics. ZDM Mathematics Education, 49, 613-623.

Bontinck, C., Warreyn, P., Demurie, E., Bruyneel, E., Boterberg, S., & Roeyers, H. (2018). Social interactions between 24-month-old children and their older sibling with autism spectrum disorder: Characteristics and association with social-communicative development. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 48 (12), 4118-4137.

Bontinck, C., Warreyn, P., Meirsschaut, M., & Roeyers, H. (2018). Parent-child interaction in children with autism spectrum disorder and their siblings: Choosing a coding strategy. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 27 (1), 91-102.

Bontinck, C., Warreyn, P., Van der Paelt, S., Demurie, E., & Roeyers, H. (2018). The early development of infant siblings of children with autism spectrum disorder : Characteristics of sibling interactions. PLOS ONE, 13 (3).

Bulckmans, N., & Van Geel, S. (2019). Life balance is a journey, not a destination. In Vlaams Ergotherapeutenverbond & W. Van Handenhoven (2019). Jaarboek Ergotherapie 2019, Acco Leuven/Den Haag.

Desoete, A., & Van Vreckem, C. (2018). Spelling across language systems and languages. Topics in Language Disorders, 38 (4), 269-271.

Desoete, A., Baten, E., Vercaemst, V., De Busschere, A., Baudonck, M., & Vanhaeke, J. (2019). Metacognition and motivation as predictors for mathematics performance of Belgian elementary school children. ZDM Mathematics Education.

Desoete, A., Dowker, A., & Hasselhorn, M. (2019). Math learning and its difficulties in the middle European countries. In A. Fritz, V.G. Haase, & P. Räsänen (Red.), International handbook of mathematical learning difficulties from the laboratory to the classroom (Chapter 9). Berlin: Springer.

Mattys, L., Noens, I., Evers, K., & Baeyens D. (2018). ‘Hold me tight so I can go it alone’: Developmental themes for young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Qualitative Health Research, 28 (2), 321-333.  

Bijdragen op (inter)nationale congressen

Arslan, M., Warreyn, P., Dewaele, N., Wiersema, J.R., Demurie, E., & Roeyers, H. (2018). Development of neural responses to hearing own name in infants at low and high risk for ASD. Posterpresentatie: INSAR - International Society for Autism Research, Annual Meeting, Rotterdam, 9-12 mei.

Arslan, M., Warreyn, P., Dewaele, N., Wiersema, J.R., Demurie, E., & Roeyers, H. (2018). Neural components of attention to own name as a social cue in young infants at low and high risk for ASD. Mondelinge presentatie: the ESCAN conference, Leiden, 19-22 juli.

Baten, E., & Desoete, A. (2018). Motivation and emotion in the opportunity-propensity framework: Are they predictive for math abilities? Paper: the European Association for Learning and Instruction EARLI SIG8, Aarhus Denemarken, augustus.

Baten, E., & Desoete, A. (2018). Using the opportunity-propensity framework to examine (non)cognitive predictros of math abilities in children with and without mathematical learning disabilities. Symposium: the 42nd Annual IARLD Conference for Research in Learning Disabilities, Gent, 2-3 juli.

Boterberg, S., Van Coster, R. & Roeyers, H. (2018). The clinical contribution of parent reported regression in ASD: characteristics, early development and later outcomes. Mondelinge presentatie: The MIND Institute-Sacramento, CA (VS). 

Boterberg, S., Vantroys, E., Van Coster, R. & Roeyers, H. (2018). Onset patterns in ASD: Early development, later outcomes and the association with mitochondrial dysfunctions. Posterpresentatie: INSAR - International Society for Autism Research, Annual Meeting, Rotterdam, 9-12 mei.

Bruyneel, E., Demurie, E., Warreyn, P., & Roeyers, H. (2018). What is the relationship between motor and language development and joint attention in infants at high and low risk for ASD? Posterpresentatie: INSAR - International Society for Autism Research, Annual Meeting, Rotterdam, 9-12 mei.

Bulckmans, N., Van Geel, S., & Kos, D. (2018). Life balance in adolescents. Occupation in and throughout everyday life. Mondelinge presentatie: WFOT-Congres, Zuid-Afrika, 29 mei.

Demurie, E., Bruyneel, E., Vermeirsch, J., Bontinck, C., Warreyn, P., & Roeyers, H. (2018).  Mother-child interaction of high-risk siblings throughout the first three years of life. Mondelinge presentatie: INSAR - International Society for Autism Research, Annual Meeting, Rotterdam, 9-12 mei.

Kylliainen, A., Warreyn, P., Miettinen, M., Helminen, T., Eriksson, K., & Leppanen, J. (2018). Mu suppression during action execution and observation in low-functioning, young children with ASD. Posterpresentatie: INSAR - International Society for Autism Research, Annual Meeting, Rotterdam, 9-12 mei.

Mattys, L., Noens, I., & Baeyens, D. (2018). Is young adulthood really so different for young adults with ASD? A study investigating developmental themes. Posterpresentatie: INSAR - International Society for Autism Research, Annual Meeting, Rotterdam, 9-12 mei.

Mattys, L., Noens, I., & Baeyens, D. (2018). Tied in translation. Young adults with autism spectrum disorder. Posterpresentatie: the European Association of Medical Ethics Annual Conference 2018, Amsterdam, 6-8 september. 

Mattys, L., Noens, I., Evers, K., & Baeyens, D. (2018). Fabric to the facts. Understanding social problems and co-occurring conditions in young adults with autism spectrum disorder. Posterpresentatie: INSAR - International Society for Autism Research, Annual Meeting, Rotterdam, 9-12 mei. 

Piatti, A., Van der Paelt, S., Warreyn, P., & Roeyers, H. (2018). Neural correlates of response to joint attention in toddlers with ASD and their typically developing peers. Posterpresentatie: INSAR - International Society for Autism Research, Annual Meeting, Rotterdam, 9-12 mei.

Pijl, M., Bontinck, C., Rommelse, N., Kalwarowsky, S., Cauvet, E., Niedzwiecka, A., Falck-Ytter, T., Jones, E., Charman, T., Warreyn, P., Roeyers, H., Buitelaar, J., Oosterling, I., & the Eurosibs team (2018). A behavioural profile of parent-child interaction characteristics during the first year of life in high- and low-risk infants. Mondelinge presentatie: INSAR - International Society for Autism Research, Annual Meeting, Rotterdam, 9-12 mei.

Van der Paelt, S., Roeyers, H., & Warreyn, P. (2018). Effect of parent and teacher training with project impact on the social communication of children with ASD during Play. Posterpresentatie: INSAR - International Society for Autism Research, Annual Meeting, Rotterdam, 9-12 mei.

Warreyn, P., Bontinck, C., Demurie, E., Van der Paelt, S., & Roeyers, H. (2018). Play with me: Sibling interactions of high-risk infants with their older brother or sister with ADS. Mondelinge presentatie: INSAR - International Society for Autism Research, Annual Meeting, Rotterdam, 9-12 mei.

Warreyn, P., Meersschaert, E., Rodriguez, C., Erez-Hod, T., & Rand Koltin, T. (2018). Learning disabilities in adolescents and adults. How to assess and handle? Rondetafelpresentatie: the 42nd Annual IARLD Conference for Research in Learning Disabilities, Gent, 2-3 juli. 

Zhang, F., Warreyn, P., & Roeyers, H. (2018). Language perception in infants at risk for ASD: A functional near infrared Spectroscopy study. Posterpresentatie: INSAR - International Society for Autism Research, Annual Meeting, Rotterdam, 9-12 mei.

 
Masterproeven

Adutwum, C. (2018). Moeder-kind interactie en taalontwikkeling bij jongere broers en zussen van kinderen met autismespectrumstoornis. Universiteit Gent. 

Bortels, G. (2018). Effect van het IMPACT-programma op de taalvaardigheid en adaptieve vaardigheden van peuters en kleuters met een autismespectrumstoornis. Universiteit Gent. 

Coppens, H. (2018). ImPACT?! Onderzoek naar het effect van het ImPACT-programma op de taal, spel en sociaal-communicatieve vaardigheden bij jonge kinderen met een autismespectrumstoornis in Vlaanderen. Universiteit Gent.

Duthoy, A. (2018). Het effect van het ImPACT-programma op de gedeelde aandacht bij jonge kinderen met autismespectrumstoornis. Universiteit Gent. 

Spillebeen, S. (2018). Behandeling van kinderen met autismespectrumstoornis met het ImPACT-programma: Effect op sociaal-communicatieve vaardigheden en autismekenmerken. Universiteit Gent.

Steurbaut, L. (2018) Motorische anticipatie en coördinatie bij jonge kinderen met een verhoogd risico op autismespectrumstoornis. Universiteit Gent.

Use, S. (2018). Perceptie van life balance bij jongeren van 13 tot 18 jaar met Cerebrale Parese: een kwalitatieve studie. Universiteit Gent.

Vercammen, J. (2018). Ontwikkelingspaden bij autismespectrumstoornis: vroege ontwikkeling en latere uitkomsten bij kinderen met regressie. Universiteit Gent.

Verhulst, F. (2018). Balans op de vlucht? Een kwalitatieve studie naar de ervaring van life balance bij niet begeleide minderjarige vluchtelingen. Universiteit Gent.

Vlaeminck, F. (2018). Sensorische kenmerken en temperament van jonge kinderen met een verhoogd risico op autismespectrumstoornis. Universiteit Gent. 

 

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