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Bertschy, "Substance-use disorder in high-functioning autism: Clinical and neurocognitive insights from two case reports," BMC Psychiatry, vol.
As adults, some autistic women can (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cXkmTGjUbU) become highly skilled in the art of camouflage , which explains the use of the term "invisible disability" to describe certain types of high-functioning autism. Incidentally, this is the meaning of the title of Julie Dachez's 2016 graphic novel, (http://www.editions-delcourt.fr/serie/difference-invisible.html) The Invisible Difference (Delcourt).
Wheelwright, "The neuropsychology of male adults with high-functioning autism or asperger syndrome," Autism Research, vol.
High-Functioning Autism is an autism spectrum disorder that is distinguished by difficulties in social interaction and nonverbal communication, along with restricted and sometimes repetitive patterns of behavior and interests.
Summary: A high IQ and low social skills - children with high-functioning autism struggle with mainstreaming
She was referring, of course, to engineering students with Asperger's Syndrome, now called high-functioning autism.
The National Audit Office believes identifying and supporting eight per cent of adults with high-functioning autism and Asperger syndrome would save PS67 million a year.
Interestingly enough, children with DSM-IV Asperger syndrome and high-functioning autism have co-occurring disorders up to 74% of the time, with the highest percentages in the disorders on the differential that I listed in the original article--behavior disorders, anxiety disorders, and mood disorders (J.
The youngster has high-functioning autism, which means he has difficulty communicating with others, interacting socially and recognising and expressing emotion.
The researchers matched the 00 participants by gender, age, and nonverbal IQ to 44 high-functioning autism (HFA) participants and 34 typically developing (TD) participants.
CBT for children and adolescents with high-functioning autism spectrum disorders.
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