Did Hans Asperger (1906–1980) have Asperger Syndrome?

  title={Did Hans Asperger (1906–1980) have Asperger Syndrome?},
  author={V. Everett Lyons and Michael Fitzgerald},
  journal={Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders},
Dear Editor:Who was the man who so eloquently described childrenwith ‘autistic psychopathy’ and who developed treatmentand interventions that are still relevant today for thosediagnosed with Asperger syndrome?According to biographical data (Colin, 2006)HansAsperger was born 100 years ago into a farming familyoutside Vienna, Austria, the elder of two sons. It has beenreported that already from an early age on he showed aspecific talent for language and in his first years in schoolbecame known for… 

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