2014 International Meeting for Autism Research
Welcome to the Online Program for the 2014 International Meeting for Autism Research. Please click on the links below to browse by day or browse by format.
To download and print a copy of the full program book and abstract book please click the appropriate link below (the links will be added as they are available).
Abstracts for the IMFAR 2014 are embargoed until the Press Conference which will begin on- Wednesday, May 14 at 10:00 am ET
Mobile App instructions now available online at Marcus.org/IMFAR
You may search for particular presentations by typing key words, an author's name, or the title in the box below. You may specify the type of search, i.e. whether you want to see pages that contain any or all of the words you specify. The Boolean search option recognizes the keywords and, or, and not, as well as parentheses.
Brain Function (fMRI, fcMRI, MRS, EEG, ERP, MEG)
Brain Structure (MRI, neuropathology)
Cognition: Attention, Learning, Memory
Communication and Language
Early Development (< 48 months)
Intellectual and Behavioral Assessment and Measurement
Invited, Keynote Speakers, Awards
Medical and Psychiatric Co-morbidity
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Repetitive Behaviors and Interests
Social Cognition and Social Behavior
Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Specific Interventions - Non-pharmacologic
Specific Interventions - Pharmacologic
Data presented at the annual International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR) is the sole responsibility of the authors. The sponsor of the annual Meeting, the International Society for Autism Research (INSAR), takes no responsibility for its accuracy. Submitted IMFAR abstracts are reviewed only to ensure that the authors will be presenting empirical data and that aims and conduct of the study, as far as can be ascertained, are consistent with international ethical guidelines for scientific research (Declaration of Helsinki). Acceptance of an abstract for presentation at the Meeting does not represent an endorsement by the Society of the quality or accuracy of the data and their interpretation, which judgment must await publication in a peer review journal. Consumers should recognize that study data presented at meetings is often preliminary and in some cases speculative, and that findings and conclusions have not undergone the rigors of a true peer review process.