Improved Social Communication Abilities and Reduced Autism Severity in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Highly Sensitive Mothers: Parenting: Vol 0, No 0

Acknowledgments

The authors thank Mirna Morales, Gabriela Martínez, Georgel Moctezuma, Carlos Chicalote, Fernando Salinas, Germán Posada, Kenia Bustamante, Karla Muñoz, Areli Galo, Jonathan Silva and Ana Laura Madrigal, Universidad Intercontinental, Apapache Autismo, Clínica Mexicana de Autismo, Monarch Treatment College.

ADDRESESS AND AFFILIATIONS

Humberto Nicolini, Instituto Nacional de Medicina Genómica, Periférico Sur 4809, Arenal Tepepan, Alcaldía Tlalpan, 14610 Ciudad de México, Mexico. E-mail: [email protected] Carla Márquez and Rodolfo Solís-Vivanco are at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and Astrid Schilmann is at the Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública, Mexico.

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Every author signed a form for disclosure of possible conflicts of desire. No authors documented any economical or other conflicts of desire in relation to the do the job described.

Ethical principles

All processes done in this research involving human members were being in accordance with the ethical expectations of Seminar Hakibbutzim College and with the 1964 Declaration of Helsinki and its later on amendments or equivalent ethical expectations. Knowledgeable consent was attained from all personal members incorporated in the research and written assent was also attained when probable.

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