Anne Wheeler
June 20, 2023

Development and Validation of an Angelman Specific Behavior Measure

Individuals with Angelman syndrome (AS) are known to have an increased likelihood of exhibiting challenging behavior, especially in situations that are anxiety provoking. These behaviors substantially affect family functioning and caregiver mental health. However, there is not a well-established and validated measurement […]

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Margaret Bradley
January 23, 2020

Brain potentials of cognition and emotion in AS

$35,000 We know that individuals with AS have a propensity for a happy demeanor and often have excessive laughter. We also know that they have pro-social behaviors that are distinctive from other types of genetic conditions. This study evaluated older […]

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December 22, 2019

Behavioral Aspects of Angelman Syndrome

$3,213 This research project was one of the earliest extensive surveys of behavioral traits in AS and was funded and enabled by the Angelman Syndrome Foundation (ASF) because of ASF’s affiliation with so many families within and outside of the […]

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