The persistence of self-injurious and aggressive behavior in males with fragile X syndrome over 8 years: a longitudinal study of prevalence and predictive risk markers

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The persistence of self-injurious and aggressive behavior in males with fragile X syndrome over 8 years : a longitudinal study of prevalence and predictive risk markers. / Crawford, Hayley; Karakatsani, Efthalia; Singla, Gursharan; Oliver, Chris.

In: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Vol. 49, No. 7, 15.07.2019, p. 2913-2922.

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title = "The persistence of self-injurious and aggressive behavior in males with fragile X syndrome over 8 years: a longitudinal study of prevalence and predictive risk markers",
abstract = "Self-injurious and aggressive behaviors are common in fragile X syndrome (FXS). However, little is known about the persistence of these behaviors and associated risk markers. We established the prevalence and persistence of self-injurious and aggressive behaviors over eight years in males with FXS, and associations with risk markers. Results showed 77% and 69% persistence rates for self-injurious and aggressive behavior, respectively. Baseline levels of repetitive behavior predicted persistent self-injurious behavior. Chronological age, impulsivity and overactivity were associated with persistent aggressive behavior but only impulsivity predicted persistence. This is the first study to document the persistence of self-injurious and aggressive behavior in FXS over the medium to long term and to identify behavioral risk markers that might facilitate targeted early intervention.",
keywords = "Aggression, Autism, Challenging behavior, Early intervention, Fragile X syndrome, Impulsivity, Repetitive behavior, Risk markers, Self-injurious behavior",
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