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Roseann C. Schaaf, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

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Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Autonomic dysregulation during sensory stimulation in children with autism spectrum disorder
  2. Measuring change in somatosensation across the lifespan
  3. Creating evidence for practice using data-driven decision making
  4. Sensory integration and praxis patterns in children with autism
  5. Toward a Best-Practice Protocol for Assessment of Sensory Features in ASD
  6. Interrater reliability and discriminative validity of the structural elements of the ayres sensory integrationĀ® fidelity measureĀ©
  7. Sensory interventions for children with autism
  8. Response from authors to comments on "An intervention for sensory difficulties in children with autism: A randomized trial"
  9. State of measurement in occupational therapy using sensory integration
  10. An intervention for sensory difficulties in children with autism: A randomized trial
  11. Autonomic Dysregulation During Sensory Stimulation in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  12. Occupational therapy based on ayres sensory integration in the treatment of retentive fecal incontinence in a 3-year-old boy
  13. Occupational therapy using sensory integration to improve participation of a child with autism: A case report
  14. Cross-cultural comparison of sensory behaviors in children with autism
  15. Emerging as leaders in autism research and practice: Using the data-driven intervention process
  16. Occupational therapy and sensory integration for children with autism: A feasibility, safety, acceptability and fidelity study
  17. Use of robotics in spinal cord injury: A case report
  18. Interventions that address sensory dysfunction for individuals with autism spectrum disorders: Preliminary evidence for the superiority of sensory integration compared to other sensory approaches
  19. Phenotypes within sensory modulation dysfunction
  20. Comparison of behavioral intervention and sensory-integration therapy in the treatment of challenging behavior