Reports

Since 2007, over 1,700 families have taken part in Our Fragile X World projects. They have given important information about how fragile X affects their lives. The reports below summarize key findings from these projects.

FEATURED REPORTS

School Settings of Students with Fragile X

Our Fragile X World researchers studied types of educational settings of students with fragile X, the types of support they get, and how this support affects learning

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A Comparison of Functional Academic and Daily Living Skills in Males with Fragile X Syndrome with and without Autism

Our Fragile X World researchers studied when males with fragile X syndrome master certain everyday life skills, and whether the skills of males with fragile X syndrome differ from males who have a co-diagnosis of autism.

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Family Communication and Cascade Testing for Fragile X Syndrome

Our Fragile X World researchers studied how families communicate about fragile X syndrome and what factors play a role in the decision to test other children and extended family members.

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Aggression in Fragile X Syndrome

Our Fragile X World researchers studied aggression in individuals with fragile X syndrome and how it affects the parents and legal guardians who take care of them.

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