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Description: This paper is currently under review. The study explores individual differences in receptive verb vocabulary in preschoolers with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Children (N = 20, M(age) = 42 months, SD(age) = 10 months) participated in an eye-tracking task in which they saw referent actions depicted as dynamic scenes and were asked which depicted the target verb. Eye gaze measures were assessed in relation to scores on language assessments. Latency of the first look to the target scene correlated negatively with concurrent language ability. From an a priori response window, accuracy scores did not correlate with concurrent language abilities; however, given an individualized response window, accuracy did correlate positively with concurrent language. Results indicate that eye gaze can be used to assess receptive verb vocabulary given dynamic scene stimuli if individual differences are considered.


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