The AOSI also includes some items reflecting temperamental features, such as atypical reactivity (under- and over-reactive to environmental input).
The AOSI represents an intensive effort to take advantage of the infant sibling research protocol to reveal very early emerging behaviors of ASD and to create a manageable semistructured observation protocol to use in both research and clinical settings.
The AOSI authors attempted to add a very early neuropsychological feature to prediction.
(a) Screener Dates of Country Ages Strategy paper(s) developed (mos) Screening Test for 2000 US 12-24 Interactive Autism in 2004 clinician Two-Year-Olds (STAT) 2008 * observation Parent Observation 2012 * Canada 3-24 Caregiver checklist of Early Markers 2014 (2) * Australia 12-36 Interactive (POEMS) clinician observation Autism Detection in 2015 US Early Childhood (ADEC) (b) Excluded from Country Ages Reason for in-depth review developed (mos) exclusion Autism Observation Canada 6-18 Studies Scale for Infants eventually (AOSI) showed inadequate Se and Sp.
A second possibility is that AOSI is best understood as a case about the permissibility of a market transaction: the government's conditional offer to purchase speech.
To take just one example: if the government's offer to AOSI was "coercive," then the same can surely be said of the (implicitly conditional) offers that major donors make to political candidates.
(32) But AOSI was decided on compelled speech grounds, distinguishing it from cases like Rust v.
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We followed the protocol of comparing the assessments done by (1) an expert psychologist examiner who has been trained in the AOSI as well as ASD diagnosis in children, (2) a child/adolescent's psychiatrist, (3) two psychology students with no particular autism training, and (4) the results of our new computational tools.
We sought to include a sample in which a diversity of responses to the AOSI would be expected; thus the sampled population of this study involves 12 at-risk participants being examined in a clinic, including both males and females ranging in age from 5 to 18 months.
Figure 3(a) demonstrates a participant that received a "passed" on the AOSI's Visual Tracking task, since the participant was able to smoothly track the object with minimal delay as the object approached the participant's right.