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CDC (2014) 4:1
Wing et al. (1981)9:1 Aspergers
Baron-Cohen (2002)Extreme male brain theory
Manning et al. (2001)Low 2D:4D ration associated with Autism
Knickmeyer et al. (2006)CAH T associated with AQ scores
Kung et al. (2016a) No relationship between CAH T and CAST scores, or amniotic fluid T and CAST scores
Lutchmaya et al. (2002) & Knickmeyer et al. (2005)Amniotic T associated with eye-contact at 12 months, vocabulary at 18-24 months, and peer relationship quality and narrower interests at age 4.
Auyeung et al. (2009)Association between amniotic T and CAST
Park et al. (2017)Association between umbilical cord T and AOIS/SRS, but only in those with a sister with Autism
Whitehouse et al. (2012) No relationship between umbilical cord T and autistic traits
Auyeung et al. (2012) & Saenz & Alexander (2013) & Kung et al. (2016b)No relationship between salivary postnatal T and autism
Baron-Cohen et al. (2005)Danish Birth Cohort - Latent steroidogenic factor in delta-4 pathway
Morris et al. (2004)Epigenetics - apoptosis and synaptic pruning
Tang et al. (2014)Dendritic spines - increased connectivity
DeVries et al. (2010)Gender dysphoria clinic = higher autistic traits
Paterski et al. (2014)M2F and F2M transsexuals = higher in autistic traits
Strang et al. (2014)Greater gender variance amongst autistic and ADHD population
Gillis-Buck & Richardson (2014) overexaggerated sex differences because using as a biomedical platform for sex differences research
Jordan-Young (2012)Because of overexaggeration of sex differences - more males are diagnosed
Duvekot et al. (2017) Girls less likely to be diagnosed using standard measures - girls interests people > projects
Dean et al. (2017) Girls can camoflauge symptoms
Kopp & Ginsburg (1992)6 girls took a while to be diagnosed - clinging, imitating speech and movement without insight