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1 1801 - Jean-Marc Gaspard Itard (French doctor) … 0 0:00:00
2 Sancte de Sanctis, Italy. In the field … 0 0:00:00
3 The term ‘Autism; from the Greek ‘autos’ … 0 0:00:00
4 Dr Lightner Witmer, founder of clinical psychology. … 0 0:00:00
5 Dr Grunya Efimovna Sukhareva published an account … 0 0:00:00
6 Late 1920s - Stenoa diagnosed developmental infantile … 0 0:00:00
7 On September 9, Donald Triplett is born … 0 0:00:00
8 Earl: Studied a group of adolescents who … 0 0:00:00
9 Leo Kanner’s internationally renowned book “Child Psychiatry” … 0 0:00:00
10 “Hans Asperger, an Austrian pediatrician, delivers a … 0 0:00:00
11 “1943 - Leo Kanner publishes “Autistic Disturbances … 0 0:00:00
12 “1944 - Hans Aspberger publishes his postgraduate … 0 0:00:00
13 “1942 In a letter to Mary Triplett, … 0 0:00:00
14 1949 - Bergman and Escalona noted ‘unusual … 0 0:00:00
15 1949 Jeanne Simons, Belgian born. Feinstein writes … 0 0:00:00
16 Child Psychologist: Dr Carl Fenichel who founded … 0 0:00:00
17 1956 - Bernard and Gloria’s Rimland’s son, … 0 0:00:00
18 1956 - Kanner became irritated by how … 0 0:00:00
19 1956-7 - A number of studies of … 0 0:00:00
20 1959 - Lauretta Bender, ‘....was an old-fashioned … 0 0:00:00
21 1961. Music Therapy: Dr Paul Nordoff and … 0 0:00:00
22 “1961 - British child psychiatrist Mildred Creak … 0 0:00:00
23 1961 - Nesnidanova and Fiala in Czechoslovakia … 0 0:00:00
24 1961 - Ivar Lovaas was a Psychologist … 0 0:00:00
25 1962 - Dr Gerhard Bosch, German Psychiatrist … 0 0:00:00
26 1962 - A group of parents in … 0 0:00:00
27 “1963 British psychologists Beate Hermelin and Neil … 0 0:00:00
28 1964 - Bernard Rimland’s book Infantile Autism … 0 0:00:00
29 1965 - Michael Rutter’s (founder of child … 0 0:00:00
30 In the 1966 - Uta Frith, 'came … 0 0:00:00
31 “1965 Sybil Elgar, the first autistic specific … 0 0:00:00
32 1966-7 - Dr Victor Lotter, Medical Research … 0 0:00:00
33 1967 - Bruno Bettelheim writes The Empty … 0 0:00:00
34 1971 Dr Israel Kolvin’s paper provided evidence … 0 0:00:00
35 1971 - Lorna Wing publishes “Autistic children: … 0 0:00:00
36 1972 - Eric Shopler developed the TEACCH: … 0 0:00:00
37 1974 - Mary Coleman, American neurologist, her … 0 0:00:00
38 1977 - Dr Susan Folstein and Professor … 0 0:00:00
39 1979 - Judith Gould and Lorna Wing, … 0 0:00:00
40 1979 - The WHO recognized autism for … 0 0:00:00
41 1980 - Eric Shopler and Robert Reichler … 0 0:00:00
42 1980 - Diagnostic and Statistical manual of … 0 0:00:00
43 1981 - When Lorna Wing coins the … 0 0:00:00
44 “1981 Ivor Lovaas publishes Teaching Developmentally Disabled … 0 0:00:00
45 “1985 Psychologists Simon Baron-Cohen, Alan Leslie, and … 0 0:00:00
46 “1986 Temple Grandin publishes Emergence: Labeled Autistic, … 0 0:00:00
47 1989 - Two diagnostic tools developed. - … 0 0:00:00
48 Late 1980s Simon Baron - Cohen and … 0 0:00:00
49 1992 - Donna Williams publishes “Nobody Nowhere. … 0 0:00:00
50 1992 - The WHO published ICD-10 officially … 0 0:00:00
51 “1988 Dustin Hoffman stars in the movie … 0 0:00:00
52 “1993 Self-advocate Jim Sinclair delivers a speech … 0 0:00:00
53 2004 Dan Grover and Alex Plank set … 0 0:00:00
54 2010 - Happe’s ‘study suggesting that Lorna … 0 0:00:00
55 In her 2019 book “Autism” Happé has … 0 0:00:00
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Specifics to achieve: 1801 - Jean-Marc Gaspard Itard (French doctor) documented cases we now recognize as autistic behaviour (Donvan and Zucker, 2016, p.48))
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Specifics to achieve: Sancte de Sanctis, Italy. In the field of abnormal child development children were described with what we now recognize as autistic behaviour
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Specifics to achieve: The term ‘Autism; from the Greek ‘autos’ meaning self used by Dr Eugen Bleuler, director of Burgholzi Hospital, Zurich.
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  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eugen_Bleuler
Specifics to achieve: Dr Lightner Witmer, founder of clinical psychology. A detailed case report of a psychotic child….exhibiting features of what today we would call an autistic child
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  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightner_Witmer
Specifics to achieve: Dr Grunya Efimovna Sukhareva published an account of “schizoid personality disorder of childhood”.
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Specifics to achieve: Late 1920s - Stenoa diagnosed developmental infantile psychosis
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Specifics to achieve: On September 9, Donald Triplett is born to Mary and Beamon Triplett of Forest, Mississippi. (Donvan and Zucker, 2016 p.552)
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Specifics to achieve: Earl: Studied a group of adolescents who developed ‘catatonic’ behaviour - they had major similarities to what we would call autistic features today.
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Specifics to achieve: Leo Kanner’s internationally renowned book “Child Psychiatry” was published. Feinstein notes a ‘brief reference to “autism” - in the sense Bleuler used it - as a disorder of the mother - child relationship.” (Feinstein, 2010, p.22)
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  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leo_Kanner
Specifics to achieve: “Hans Asperger, an Austrian pediatrician, delivers a talk at Vienna’s University Hospital describing boys seen in his clinic who exhibit social deficit combined with strong intelligence. Influenced by Bleuler’s use of autistic, he borrows the term to identifya syndrome he calls autistic psychopathy. It is the first time it is used in its modern sense.” (Donvan and Zucker, 2016 p.554)
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Specifics to achieve: “1943 - Leo Kanner publishes “Autistic Disturbances of Affective Contact,” the clinical account of eleven children that will lead to the recognition of autism as a distinct syndrome.” (Donvan and Zucker, 2016 p.554)
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Specifics to achieve: “1944 - Hans Aspberger publishes his postgraduate thesis, “Die ‘Autistischen Psychopathen’ Im Kindesalter.” Largely overlooked for most of the next four decades, iot will lead to the recognition of Asperger’s syndrome.
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Specifics to achieve: “1942 In a letter to Mary Triplett, Leo Kanner theorizes that Donald and several other children with similar behaviors have a disorder not previously recognized. Like Asperger, he too borrows the word “autistic” from Bleuler, calling this new disorder “Autistic Disturbances of Affective Contact.” (Donvan and Zucker, 2016 p.554)
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Specifics to achieve: 1949 - Bergman and Escalona noted ‘unusual responses to the sensory environment in children’ (Feinstein, 2010, p.49) ...[and offered the first version of a sensory hypothesis]
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Specifics to achieve: 1949 Jeanne Simons, Belgian born. Feinstein writes : She “started work with the first group of autistic children in Children’s House in Washington…” (Feinstein, 2010, p.50)
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1949
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Specifics to achieve: Child Psychologist: Dr Carl Fenichel who founded the League Treatment Centre, Brooklyn, NY. Fenichel always believed autism had a biological cause. (Feinstein, 2010, p.52)
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  • https://www.leaguecenter.org/
Specifics to achieve: 1956 - Bernard and Gloria’s Rimland’s son, Mark is born. Mark, exhibited challenging behaviours which Rimland self-diagnosed through research as autism.
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Specifics to achieve: 1956 - Kanner became irritated by how his term was being abused, so much so that he ‘decided to narrow the criteria for early infantile autism to two main ones: aloneness and obsessive desire for sameness, removing the language abnormalities. (Feinstein, 2010, p.47)
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Specifics to achieve: 1956-7 - A number of studies of autistic twins points to what B.Rimland will say points to ‘the biological etiology of the disease’ (Feinstein, 2010, p.48)
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Specifics to achieve: 1959 - Lauretta Bender, ‘....was an old-fashioned psychiatrist’ (Feinstein, 2010, p.43). Working at Bellevue Hospital, NY. She treated schizophrenic and autistic patients with electric shock treatment and LSD.
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1959
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Specifics to achieve: 1961. Music Therapy: Dr Paul Nordoff and Dr Clive Robbins....As an experienced composer and gifted pianist, Nordoff brought new resources and techniques to meet the special needs of a wide range of disabled children. (Feinstein, 2010, p.102)
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Specifics to achieve: “1961 - British child psychiatrist Mildred Creak publishes “Nine Points,” an attempt to define the criteria for diagnosing “Schizophrenic Syndrome in Childhood,” one of many competing descriptions for clusters of autistic traits.” (Donvan and Zucker, 2016, p.555)
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Specifics to achieve: 1961 - Nesnidanova and Fiala in Czechoslovakia stated categorically: "We validated, through the study of our cases and the literature, the authenticity of the differential diagnosis of Kanner's early infantile autism from childhood schizophrenia." (Feinstein, 2010, p40)
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1961
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Specifics to achieve: 1961 - Ivar Lovaas was a Psychologist and started as assistant professor at UCLA. He developed a behaviouristic approach using ‘Reinforcers and Aversives’ - This came to be known as Applied behavioral Analysis (ABA). (Feinstein, 2010, p128)
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Specifics to achieve: 1962 - Dr Gerhard Bosch, German Psychiatrist wrote Der Fruhkindliche Autismus …. His book emphasized language Impairment and Feinstein describes him as a ‘true pioneer of booth autism and Asperger’s syndrome’ (Feinstein, 2010, p79).
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Specifics to achieve: 1962 - A group of parents in Britain founds what will become the National Autistic Society, the first autism organization.” (Donvan and Zucker 2016,p.555)
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  • https://www.autism.org.uk/
Specifics to achieve: “1963 British psychologists Beate Hermelin and Neil O’Connor conduct experiments, the results of which strongly suggest a biological rather than a psychogenic basis to autism. They will continue this research through 1970. (Donvan and Zucker, 2016, p.555)
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1963
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Specifics to achieve: 1964 - Bernard Rimland’s book Infantile Autism is published, includes references to ‘Asperger’s Syndrome’.
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1964
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Specifics to achieve: 1965 - Michael Rutter’s (founder of child psychiatry in the UK) studies indicated that language impairment was an important feature of autism. “Rutter’s views were strictly developmental and neurological and they exerted a great influence on fellow professionals.” (Feinstein, 2010, p.78)
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1960
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Specifics to achieve: In the 1966 - Uta Frith, 'came to make her own journey out to the [Sybil Elgar School] on florence Road, to carry out an experiemnt whose reuslts would rank among the most intriguing and influential of its era.' (Donvan and Zucker, 2016, p.289)
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1970
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Specifics to achieve: “1965 Sybil Elgar, the first autistic specific teacher, set up the first school for autistic children in the UK in the basement of her North London home.. (Donvan and Zucker, 2016, p.275) -Montessori trained -she used a structured approach, simple instructions and visual aids. (Feinstein,2010, p.87)
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1960
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Specifics to achieve: 1966-7 - Dr Victor Lotter, Medical Research Council Social Psychiatry Unit at London Institute of Psychiatry. Lotter published the first epidemiological study of autism in children of all levels of intelligence in a large population (Feinstein, 2010, p.80).
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1967
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Specifics to achieve: 1967 - Bruno Bettelheim writes The Empty Fortress: Infantile autism and the birth of self. Following a psychogenic approach, he blamed parents for their child’s autism.(Feinstein,2010, p.54-7)
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Specifics to achieve: 1971 Dr Israel Kolvin’s paper provided evidence that autism and schizophrenia were different conditions. This became known as a landmark study. (Feinstein 2010, p.143-4)
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1971
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Specifics to achieve: 1971 - Lorna Wing publishes “Autistic children: a guide for parents and professionals… In many parts of the world this acted as a powerful counter to Bruno Bettelheim’s 1967 book…” (Feinstein, 2010, p.139)
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1971
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  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lorna_Wing
Specifics to achieve: 1972 - Eric Shopler developed the TEACCH: “Treatment and Education of Autistic and Related Communication Handicapped Children” (Donvan and Zucker, 2016, p.235).
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1972
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Specifics to achieve: 1974 - Mary Coleman, American neurologist, her research with brain scanning equipment showed that autism could be divided into a number of subtypes (Feinstein, 2010,P.147)
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Specifics to achieve: 1977 - Dr Susan Folstein and Professor Michael Rutter undertake the first systematic study of twins with autism. They discovered the ‘compound phenotype’(Feinstein, 2010, p.150) and thus “significantly blistering the understanding of autism as a condition with a strong genetic component.” (Donvan and Zucker 2016, p. 557)
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1977
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Specifics to achieve: 1979 - Judith Gould and Lorna Wing, carry out the Camberwell Study. “....supports their argument that autism should be described as a “spectrum.” (Donvan and Zucker 2016, p.557)
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1979
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Specifics to achieve: 1979 - The WHO recognized autism for the 1st time when it published the ICD-9 [ International Classification of Diseases (ICD)]
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1979
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Specifics to achieve: 1980 - Eric Shopler and Robert Reichler developed CARS - the Childhood Autism Rating Scale - designed to help differentiation from other developmental disorders…At the same time they were developing PEP - Pyschoeducational Profile. This was for assessment purposes. So one was for diagnosis and one was for assessment.(Feinstein, 2010, p178)
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1980
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Specifics to achieve: 1980 - Diagnostic and Statistical manual of mental disorders - III published by the American Psychiatric Association. 1st time was introduced the term : ‘pervasive developmental disorder ’for the general category of autism and related conditions'(Feinstein, 2010,p.178)
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Specifics to achieve: 1981 - When Lorna Wing coins the term in her paper published that year - ‘Asperger’s syndrome: A Clinical Account,”’ - she hypothesizes that it is not a separate condition to autism. (She had discussed the matter with Asperger when he was visiting London in the late 1970s (Feinstein ,2010, p.179) “Asperger, despite listing numerous similarities, considered his syndrome to be different from Kanner’s,” Wing reported. “We cordially agreed to differ.” (Donvan and Zucker 2016, p.324)
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1981
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Specifics to achieve: “1981 Ivor Lovaas publishes Teaching Developmentally Disabled Children: The ME Book, the first hands-on guide for parents and professionals on the use of ABA to treat children with autism. (Donvan and Zucker 2016, p.558)
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Specifics to achieve: “1985 Psychologists Simon Baron-Cohen, Alan Leslie, and Uta Frith publish a landmark study on autism and “Theory of Mind”, the idea that individuals are aware that others possess mental states distinct from their own. People with autism, they find, often fail to employ a Theory of Mind.” (Donvan and Zucker 2016, p.558)
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Specifics to achieve: “1986 Temple Grandin publishes Emergence: Labeled Autistic, her first book about the expereince of having autism. (Donvan and Zucker 2016, p.558)
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Specifics to achieve: 1989 - Two diagnostic tools developed. - the Autism Diagnostic Interview (ADI) devised by Ann Le Couteur, Michael Rutter, and Cathy Lord and the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) - Lord C, Rutter M, Goode S, Heemsbergen J, Jordan H, Mawhood L, Schopler Eonline wiki quote ‘both extensively used throughout the world (Feinstein,2010, p.183)
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Specifics to achieve: Late 1980s Simon Baron - Cohen and the Cambridge Team designed the CHAT - checklist for Autism in Toddlers
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Specifics to achieve: 1992 - Donna Williams publishes “Nobody Nowhere. The Remarkable Autobiography of an Autistic Girl”
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Specifics to achieve: 1992 - The WHO published ICD-10 officially recognizing asperger's syndrome for the 1st time
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Specifics to achieve: “1988 Dustin Hoffman stars in the movie Rain Man, which puts autism on the map like never before.” (Donvan and Zucker, 2016, p.558)
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1988
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Specifics to achieve: “1993 Self-advocate Jim Sinclair delivers a speech titled “Don’t Mourn for Us,” marking the birth of a movement for self-advocacy by people with autism. The speech lays the foundation for a philosophy that opposes attempts to cure autism, later dubbed “neurodiversity”. (Donvan and Zucker 2016, p.559)
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jan 1973
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Specifics to achieve: 2004 Dan Grover and Alex Plank set up Wrong Planet.net: The largest online community for autism. the site includes a chatroom, a forum, and articles describing how to deal with daily issues. (Plank, 2022)
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  • Achieve by: 1 Jul 2022
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Specifics to achieve: 2010 - Happe’s ‘study suggesting that Lorna Wing and Judith Gould’s Triad of Impairments may have “fractionable” causes, at the genetic, neurological and cognitive levels.’ (Feinstein, 2010, p.201)
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Specifics to achieve: In her 2019 book “Autism” Happé has another way of perceiving a diagnosis when she describes it as a constellation: “Autistic people, with a diagnosis, may locate themselves anywhere in the resulting three-dimensional space. Their exact location would further vary with context and across the lifespan.” (Fletcher-Watson and Happé, 2019, p.34))
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