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The screening and diagnosis of autistic spectrum disorders.
The Child Neurology Society and American Academy of Neurology recently proposed to formulate Practice Parameters for the Diagnosis and Evaluation of Autism for their memberships. This endeavor wasExpand
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Practice parameter: Screening and diagnosis of autism
Article abstract Autism is a common disorder of childhood, affecting 1 in 500 children. Yet, it often remains unrecognized and undiagnosed until or after late preschool age because appropriate toolsExpand
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Regression in pervasive developmental disorders: seizures and epileptiform electroencephalogram correlates.
BACKGROUND Approximately one third of the parents of children with pervasive developmental disorders or autistic spectrum disorders reports an early regression of unknown cause in their children'sExpand
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The autistic-spectrum disorders.
  • I. Rapin
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The New England journal of medicine
  • 1 September 1999
Any person, talented or handicapped, whose social skills have been severely deficient since very early childhood, who started to talk late or whose communicative use of language is inadequate, andExpand
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Epilepsy in autism
There is an increased but variable risk of epilepsy in autism. Three main factors--age, cognitive level, and type of language disorder--account for variability in the reported prevalence of epilepsy.Expand
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Executive functioning in high-functioning children with autism.
  • M. Liss, D. Fein, +5 authors I. Rapin
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and…
  • 1 February 2001
Executive functioning was investigated in 34 children (24 boys and 10 girls) with developmental language disorder (DLD) and 21 children (18 boys and 3 girls) with high-functioning autistic disorderExpand
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Update on the language disorders of individuals on the autistic spectrum
Inadequate language is a defining feature of the autism spectrum disorders (autism). Autism is a behaviorally and dimensionally defined developmental disorder of the immature brain that has a broadExpand
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The Screening and Diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorders
The Child Neurology Society and American Academy of Neurology recently proposed to formulate Practice Parameters for the Diagnosis and Evaluation of Autism for their memberships. This endeavor wasExpand
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Practitioner review: developmental language disorders: a clinical update.
  • I. Rapin
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and…
  • 1 September 1996
Non-specialists can identify three types of developmental language disorder. (1) mixed receptive/expressive disorders, which impair phonology, syntax, and semantics. Children who understand nothingExpand
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Longitudinal examination of the behavioral, language, and social changes in a population of adolescents and young adults with autistic disorder.
This follow-up study evaluates the behavioral, language, and social outcomes in a population of autistic patients initially examined in childhood. We evaluated 102 (63%) of the 163 eligible subjects,Expand
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