Présentation d’un support informatique de reconnaissance de mots écrits pour des enfants non verbaux avec autisme

Abstract : The difficulties of persons with autism to establish a verbal or non verbal communication with others are often considered as related to specific cognitive performance, more specifically to a more efficient processing of visual stimuli as compared to auditory ones. This paper presents a protocol adapted to the type of processing of non verbal children with autism to allow them to recognize written words. In this protocol, written words are associated with their oral and pictorial counterpart via a computer-aided presentation. This protocol is intended to be tested in a systematic way so as to explore how far an access to written symbols is possible for non verbal persons with autism.
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Frédérique Vernay, Jean-Yves Roussey. Présentation d’un support informatique de reconnaissance de mots écrits pour des enfants non verbaux avec autisme. Enfance- Paris-, Universitaires de France, 2012, 64 (4), pp.411 - 422. ⟨https://www.puf.com/Collections/Enfance⟩. ⟨10.4074/S0013754512004041⟩. ⟨hal-01709922⟩

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