The Screening and Diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorders

@article{Filipek1999TheSA,
  title={The Screening and Diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorders},
  author={Pauline A. Filipek and Pasquale J. Accardo and Grace T Baranek and Edwin H. Cook and Geraldine Dawson and Barry Gordon and Judith S. Gravel and Chris Plauch{\'e} Johnson and Ronald J. Kallen and Susan E. Levy and Nancy J. Minshew and Barry M. Prizant and Isabelle Rapin and Sally J Rogers and Wendy L Stone and Stuart W. Teplin and Roberto F. Tuchman and Fred R Volkmar},
  journal={Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders},
  year={1999},
  volume={29},
  pages={439-484}
}
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 was expanded to include representatives from nine professional organizations and four parent organizations, with liaisons from the National Institutes of Health. This document was written by this multidisciplinary Consensus Panel after systematic analysis of over 2,500 relevant scientific articles in the… Expand
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