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A restricted behavior is a stereotyped pattern of behavior, activity, or interest. Examples include preoccupation with an object, activity, or topic, and this preoccupation is abnormal in intensity or focus. Individuals with restricted behaviors may find it challenging to break away from habit or routine.
Synonyms: repetitive behavior, stereotyped behavior
VSochat about three years ago.

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Tasks that are asserted to measure restricted behavior

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Early Development Interview (EDI)
  • repetitive behavior
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Early Childhood Behavioral Questionnaire
  • motor activation
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PDD Behavior Inventory
  • ritualisms
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autism diagnostic interview - revised
  • hand and finger mannerisms
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Children's Communication Checklist
  • interests
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broader phenotype autism symptom scale
  • restricted interests
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aberrant behavior checklist - community
  • Stereotypic Behavior
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Social Communication Questionnaire
  • restrictive and repetitive behavior
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Social Responsiveness Scale
  • autistic mannerisms
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autism diagnostic observation schedule
  • stereotyped behaviors and restricted interests Total
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