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An Investigation of Quality of Mixed-Neurodevelopmental Intimate Adult Relationships With an Emphasis on the Typically Developing Partner Perspective

  title={An Investigation of Quality of Mixed-Neurodevelopmental Intimate Adult Relationships With an Emphasis on the Typically Developing Partner Perspective},
  author={Anne Janai},
  • Anne Janai
  • Published 27 April 2018
  • Psychology, Biology
Quality of Intimate Relationships, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), High-Functioning Autism, High-Cognitive Autism, Mixed-Neurodevelopmental Intimate Relationships, Same-Neurodevelopmental Intimate Relationships, QRI, SATQ, Subthreshold Autism 

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