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Some etiologic and prognostic factors in early infantile autism and psychosis.
Fifty infants and young preschool children seen in a pediatric developmental service and diagnosed as having "autism" all had evidence of organic disease of the brain and three fourths had mental… Expand
Pregnancy experience and the development of behavior disorders in children.
The prenatal and paranatal records of children with behavior disorders born in Baltimore after 1939 show significantly more complications of pregnancy and delivery, and prematurity than their matched… Expand
Association of factors of pregnancy with reading disorders in childhood.
The hypothesis that there exists an association between the development of reading disorders in children and certain maternal and fetal factors is part of a broader concept, in which many… Expand
Prenatal and Paranatal Factors in the Development of Childhood Reading Disorders
A comparative study of the behavioral development of Negro infants.
- B. Pasamanick
- Psychology, Medicine
- The Journal of genetic psychology
- 1 September 1946
Idiopathic dystonia musculorum deformans. I. The hereditary pattern.
Psychiatric and Social Attributes as Predictors of Case Outcome in Mental Hospitalization
constantly be made about readiness for discharge based upon reasonably efficient criteria of outcome. The difficulty in predicting posthospital adjustment derives in part from the lack of… Expand
Neuropsychiatric sequelae of prematurity; a longitudinal study.
- H. Knobloch, R. Rider, P. Harper, B. Pasamanick
- Journal of the American Medical Association
- 16 June 1956
• The physical and mental status of 992 infants was studied with the help of the Gesell developmental examination and a physical examination, so as to compare 500 single-born premature infants with… Expand