Parent-Child Interaction Therapy and High Functioning Autism: A Conceptual Overview.

@inproceedings{Masse2007ParentChildIT,
  title={Parent-Child Interaction Therapy and High Functioning Autism: A Conceptual Overview.},
  author={Joshua J. Masse and Cheryl B. McNeil and Stephanie M. Wagner and Daniel B. Chorney},
  year={2007}
}
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are childhood psychiatric conditions characterized by a deficit in social interaction skills, communication abilities, and behavioral patterns marked with repetitive, idiosyncratic behaviors that typically function to serve as self-stimulatory actions. Due to the overlap of behavior seen in more than one diagnosis on the Autism spectrum (e.g., Autistic Disorder & Asperger's Disorder), it is sometimes difficult to differentiate between developmental disorders… CONTINUE READING

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