Atypical Cognitive Deficits in Developmental Disorders: Implications for Brain Function

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Institute of Child Health and Human Development, and MH33815 from the National Institute of Mental Health. I am indebted to the following individuals for their contributions to this research: Lisa Capps, Connie Kasari, Jung-Hye Kwon, Peter Mundy, Judy Ungerer, and Nurit Yirmiya. Portions of this chapter were written while the author was in residence at the MRC Cognitive Development Unit in London, England.


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