Need for closure and cognitive flexibility in individuals with autism spectrum disorder: A preliminary study.

Abstract:

:The need for closure (NFC), a desire for a firm answer and less ambiguity, has a key role in cognitive flexibility in typical development (TD) populations. This study investigated this motivational construct and its relation to cognitive inflexibility in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Compared with individuals with TD, those with ASD reported higher levels in preference for predictability and closed-mindedness and lower levels in decisiveness. These NFC facets were significantly associated with cognitive flexibility in ASD as well as TD groups. The study findings provide further insights into the motivational underpinnings of flexible behavior in ASD.

journal_name

Psychiatry Res

journal_title

Psychiatry research

authors

Fujino J,Tei S,Itahashi T,Aoki Y,Ohta H,Kubota M,Isobe M,Hashimoto RI,Nakamura M,Kato N,Takahashi H

doi

10.1016/j.psychres.2018.11.057

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2019-01-01 00:00:00

pages

247-252

eissn

0165-1781

issn

1872-7123

pii

S0165-1781(18)30674-7

journal_volume

271

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