"The name's Lonnegan! Doyle Lonnegan!"Consider this micropost an extension of some previous discussions on this blog about how gastrointestinal (GI) issues present in cases of autism might show some connection to the presence of anxiety and sensory issues (see here). Today I'm discussing further research by Micah Mazurek and colleagues  which follows a previous publication by this author  on this topic.In the latest paper, Dr Mazurek and colleagues describe the course of abdominal pain in ........ Read more »
Mazurek, M., Keefer, A., Shui, A., & Vasa, R. (2014) One-year course and predictors of abdominal pain in children with autism spectrum disorders: The role of anxiety and sensory over-responsivity. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 8(11), 1508-1515. DOI: 10.1016/j.rasd.2014.07.018
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