Autism, Brain, and Environment

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References

Chapter 1 Introduction

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2. Wing, L. (1996) [Autistic spectrum disorders.] Brit. Med. J. 312, 327– 328.

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Chapter 2 Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders: An Intro-
duction to the Problem of Recognition and Diagnosis

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