By Fred R. Volkmar
That includes contributions from major professionals within the medical and social sciences, this completely revised and up-to-date new version displays the latest growth within the knowing of autism and similar stipulations, and provides a world point of view at the current kingdom of the self-discipline. Chapters disguise present techniques to definition and analysis; incidence and making plans for provider supply; cognitive, genetic, and neurobiological good points; and pathophysiological mechanisms. there's a new bankruptcy protecting verbal exchange matters. Interventions reviewed comprise the pharmacological, behavioral, and academic, and a considerate ultimate bankruptcy addresses the character of the elemental social disturbance that characterizes autism.
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If full-scale scores (which include language skills) were employed, the proportion of mental handicap was even higher. However, the frequency of autistic-like symptoms (particularly stereotyped behaviors) increases with more severe retardation and may be the source of some confusion. For a diagnosis of autism to be made in an individual with profound or severe mental retardation, the clinician should be careful to evaluate the presence of social and communicative deficits relative to the person’s overall intellectual level.
Klin, R. Paul, and D. , Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders, 3rd edn, Vol. 1. New York: Wiley, pp. 126–64. Volkmar, F. R. (1992). Childhood disintegrative disorder: issues for DSM-IV. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 22, 625–42. Volkmar, F. R. and Cohen, D. J. (1991). Co-morbid association of autism and schizophrenia. American Journal of Psychiatry, 148, 1705–7. Volkmar, F. R. and Klin, A. (2005). Issues in the classification of autism and related conditions. In F.
G. institutional rearing or severe neglect. These deficits do, however, typically remit with provision of an appropriately supportive environment. Other features typical of autism are not present. g. at home. In this condition the characteristic social disturbance observed in autism is not present and the child exhibits a wider range of social communicative functioning than would be expected in autism. 20 Autism and Pervasive Development Disorders Summary Considerable progress in the diagnosis and classification of autism has occurred in the six decades that have passed since Kanner’s original description of autism.
Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders (Cambridge Child and Adolescent Psychiatry) by Fred R. Volkmar