This chapter is concerned with disorders in the autistic continuum as described in the chapter on diagnosis.The terms “autism” and “autistic” are used for convenience but should be taken to refer to the wider group unless otherwise specified.
KeywordsAdult Life Autistic Child Autistic Behaviour Early Adult Life Psychiatric Complication
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