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Empirical justification of the semantic evaluation scale adapted to people with autistic spectrum disorder

Manuel Ojea Rúa and María Amalia Skoufou

A total of 132 participants have been selected in this research which constitutes an experimental investigation of 3 groups, 1 first group selected by 53 children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), 1 second group include 49 children normotypical (TD) and 1 third group composed of 30 children with Down´s syndrome (SD).
The basic objective of this research is generating empirical evidence of the Semantic Integration Scale (SIS) as a specific diagnostic instrument adapted to people with ASD. The SIS is made up of 6 sub-dimensions: Concepts, Meaning, Hierarquization, Interc-concepts, Nodes and Recovery, than give the concept of perceptual-cognitive semantic dimension, related to permanent memory as a fundamental and specific element for the diagnosis of this disorder.
Data analysis was found through: 1) the Multivariate Tests (d) for contrast the group, age and sex variables, as well as their intercept and interactions, 2) the Tests of Between-Subjects Effects to deduce the comparative levels of group variable regarding the SIS sub-dimensions and, moreover, 3) the Post-Hoc of Tukey- HSD analysis has been studied to deepen over comparative analysis of the 3 groups. Conclusions corroborates that semantic dimension is a differential criterion of the diagnostic process of people with ASD, therefore, it´s possible verify the empirical effectiveness of SIS and improve the reliability of differential diagnosis of individuals with ASD.

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