By Martin J. Lubetsky, Benjamin L. Handen, John J. McGonigle
Autism Spectrum illness highlights present key subject matters for this advanced and demanding developmental neurobiological disease. In a really sensible and concise demeanour, the reader will discover a state-of-the-science evaluation combining key real wisdom with useful medical concerns. Written in a elementary style, this article presents key truth packing containers, precis questions, and references for additional readings to reinforce realizing. This worthwhile ebook comprises functional scientific wisdom inside a didactic framework to supply a complete evaluation of Autism Spectrum affliction (ASD) around the lifespan
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2005). Test review: Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children–Fourth Edition (WISC-IV). Child Neuropsychology 11:471–475. 5. Brock, S. (2006). The identiﬁcation of Autism Spectrum Disorder: A primer for the school psychologist. Sacramento: California State University. edu/ indiv/b/brocks 6. California Department of Developmental Services (2002). Autistic spectrum disorders: Best practice guidelines for screening, diagnosis and assessment. Sacramento, CA. org. 7. Constantino, J. , Davis, S. , et al.
While some still question that the rise in the incidence of ASD is due to factors such as the use of thimerosal or mercury contained in childhood immunizations, there is no scientiﬁc evidence to support that these are related to ASD. The possible roles of other, yet unclear, environmental factors have also been posited. However, no evidence currently exists to support any association between ASD and a speciﬁc environmental exposure. Whether diagnosis is accurately made in childhood, adolescence, or adulthood, the access to quality assessment and evidenced-based treatments have been shown to be critical variables for positive developmental outcomes.
4. 5. c. Impairments in social interaction, impairments in communication, and restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior (per DSM-IV-TR). e. Night seizures are not, all of the others are correct: Not responding to his/her name; Not pointing to show objects to others; Lack of social interest in other children; Delayed or unusual communication. b. 110 children (CDC 2009). e. All of the above: M-CHAT (Modiﬁed Checklist for Autism in Toddlers screening tool in pediatrician’s ofﬁce), ADOS (Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule performed by experienced, trained clinician), GARS2 (Gilliam Autism Rating Scale, Second Edition), CARS (Childhood Autism Rating Scale) e.
Autism Spectrum Disorder by Martin J. Lubetsky, Benjamin L. Handen, John J. McGonigle