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Comorbidity of Asperger syndrome: a preliminary report.
Asperger syndrome (AS) is a pervasive developmental disorder characterized by autistic social dysfunction and idiosyncratic interests in the presence of normal intelligence. There is no history ofExpand
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Depression in Persons with Autism: Implications for Research and Clinical Care
Although several studies have investigated the occurrence of medical and neurological conditions in persons with autism, relatively few reports have focused on the phenomenology and treatment ofExpand
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Defining the Intellectual Profile of Asperger Syndrome: Comparison with High-Functioning Autism
Asperger syndrome (AS) is a disorder of early childhood characterized by autistic social deficits, subtle communication impairment, and excessive isolated interests. There is no history of languageExpand
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Clumsiness in autism and Asperger syndrome: a further report.
Clumsiness has been proposed as a diagnostic feature of Asperger syndrome (AS), a type of pervasive developmental disorder recently introduced in the ICD-10 and DSM-IV. However, the extent to whichExpand
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Circulating autoantibodies to neuronal and glial filament proteins in autism.
Autoimmunity may be a pathogenic factor in autism, a behavioral disorder of early childhood onset. Circulating autoantibodies are produced in organ-specific autoimmunity; therefore, we investigatedExpand
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Autism in Saudi Arabia: Presentation, Clinical Correlates and Comorbidity
Although autism is a global disorder, relatively little is known about its presentation and occurrence in many developing countries, such as Saudi Arabia. This article describes the reasons forExpand
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Is clumsiness a marker for Asperger syndrome?
Although Asperger syndrome (AS) has been included in the ICD-10 as a distinct category within the pervasive developmental disorders, it is still unclear to what extent it differs fromExpand
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Brief report: Violence in asperger syndrome, a critique
Asperger syndrome was first described by an Austrian physician, Hans Asperger (1944), as "autistic psychopathy." It is an uncommon disorder whose exact prevalence in the general population is notExpand
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Brief Report: Should the DSM V Drop Asperger Syndrome?
  • M. Ghaziuddin
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of autism and developmental disorders
  • 12 February 2010
The DSM IV defines Asperger syndrome (AS) as a pervasive developmental (autistic spectrum) disorder characterized by social deficits and rigid focused interests in the absence of language impairmentExpand
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Asperger Syndrome: Tests of Right Hemisphere Functioning and Interhemispheric Communication
The primary aim of this investigation was to assess to what extent Rourke's (1989, 1995) nonverbal learning disabilities syndrome (NLD) model resembles the pattern of assets and deficits seen inExpand
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