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By Eric Schopler, Gary B. Mesibov, Linda J. Kunce

ISBN-10: 1461374502

ISBN-13: 9781461374503

ISBN-10: 1461553695

ISBN-13: 9781461553694

".....clearly written discussions of analysis, phenomenology, and interventions in autistic spectrum disorders..........Fascinating money owed of HFA and AS provide a few entry to the weird subjective worlds of individuals suffering from those disorders."
(A magazine of stories and observation in psychological health and wellbeing, (March 1999)
"This is a booklet that are meant to be in scientific libraries, and at the cabinets of many baby and adolescent psychiatrics. "
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Russell, D. L. (1986). Adult outcome of central processing deficiencies in childhood. In I. M. ), Neuropsychological assessment ofneuropsychiatric disorders (pp. 244-267). London: Oxford University Press. Schneider, K. (1923). Psychopathic personalities. Vienna: Deuticke. Schopler, E. (1985). Editorial: Convergence oflearning disability, higher-level autism and Asperger's syndrome. Journal ofAutism and Developmental Disorders, 15,359-360. Schopler, E. (1996). Are autism and Asperger syndrome different labels or different disabilities?

Journal ofAutism and Childhood Schizophrenia, 5, 99-108. O'Brien, S. (1996). The validity and reliability of the Wing Subgroups questionnaire. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 26, 321-336. , Rogers, S. , & Pennington, B. F (1991). Asperger's syndrome: Evidence of an empirical distinction from high functioning autism. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 32, 1107-1122. Prick, J. G. , & Van Der Waals, H. G. ). (1965). Nederlands Handboek van de Psychiatrie. Arnhem: Van Loghum Slaterus.

The second grouping ofearly onset disorders--the schizoid spectrum-was characterized by severe and chronic social difficulties and withdrawal but significantly less marked speech abnormalities and autistic-like histories. Three major clusters also emerged in this grouping. , two of these children murdered a parent in an impulsive gesture). Given the lack of evidence of developmental abnormalities in the first cluster (9), these clinical cases appeared more representative of schizoid disorder of childhood as defined in DSM-III (and, possibly, by Wolff).

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