Symptoms of this disorder are usually shown before the age of three.

Autism is one of the fastest growing disorders with a great amount of studies being put behind it.

The symptoms range from mild to disabling severity (Autism Spectrum).

This study of two stroke patients with hemiparesis shows remarkable functional gains made using IM years after the patients suffered their strokes.

This is the result of a neurological disorder that affects the functioning of the brain.

The answer to these questions is still very much unknown.

The purpose of this study was to validate the protocols created for the Interactive Metronome TM (IM) used in conjunction with the TRX® System for returning post deployment service members diagnosed with mild traumatic brain and/or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. This was done using a pilot population similar in age and physical status as active duty military, but within a college setting. The pre-established protocols were pilot tested on two male and two female participants. Changes were observed and recorded using a variety of instruments. The Canadian Occupational Performance Measure, Test of Everyday Attention, IM Long Form assessment, and the Nine-Hole Peg Test were administered during pre- and post-test evaluations. The results collected demonstrated positive results. These results are highly notable especially given the premorbid normal status of the participants who then made measurable positive changes.

Family income, lifestyle and educational levels do not affect the chance of autism's occurrence.

According to the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ([CDC], 2013), children can be diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) reliably at the age of two, yet, in real life, most of the children receive their diagnoses when they are much older.


Changing up the daily routine at school.

A study of 56 pre-teen boys diagnosed with ADHD found that those using IM showed statistically significant improvement in attention and concentration, motor coordination, language processing, reading and math fluency and the ability to control impulsivity.

"Improve their condition. Enhance their life. Maintain their gains!"

Not everyone author I know is my friend (and some of those “old boys” in my network are old gals). I know enough about the areas of my research that I can judge originality of the papers of most people I know that are working in those areas. I very much hope that you will become less frustrated and feel less vulnerable (Nahhf?) soon.

ASD affects over 2 million individuals in the U.S.

Nahhf: “How do you know your friends’ papers are original? You know enough of the field to judge their originality. How do you know strangers’ papers are original? You know enough of the field to judge their originality. Whether you personally know the authors is irrelevant. Thanks for perpetuating the old boys network.”

Think of the struggles you would have to go through.

How do you know your friends’ papers are original? You know enough of the field to judge their originality. How do you know strangers’ papers are original? You know enough of the field to judge their originality. Whether you personally know the authors is irrelevant. Thanks for perpetuating the old boys network.

Think of the struggles you would have to go through.

This published white paper includes the perspective of six Occupational Therapists describing IM’s usefulness in addressing school, home and social relationship problems in children.

Autism is the fastest growing disability in the United States.

I have to agree with Michael. If you can’t see that HIT Shenzhen team was clearly guilty of plagiarism, you really should avoid publishing outside of China or in reputable journals (which, in my view, no longer includes Scientific Reports in my mind). The HIT team was clear when they wrote that the purpose of their paper was to “propose a new computational predictor” and slapped on a poorly disguised name on their “new” predictor.