Brief Report: Children with Autism as They Grow Up—Description of Adult Inpatients with Severe Autism

Stein, Daniel; Ring, Aliza; Shulman, Cory; Meir, Daniel; Holan, Agnes; Weizman, Abraham; Barak, Yoram
June 2001
Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders;Jun2001, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p355
Academic Journal
Assesses a selected group of adults who were diagnosed in childhood as having autistic disorder and who required prolonged hospitalizations. Study method; Assessment of DSM-IV diagnostic items; Methodological drawbacks of the study.


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