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Help Your Stay-at-home Adult with Asperger's Syndrome Change Their Behaviour More Life. Paperblog Pick in Psychology

How to Help Your Stay-at-home Adult with Asperger's Syndrome to Change Their Behaviour and Get More out of Life.

So, you've got a twenty-something year old with Asperger's syndrome and they're more or less, living on the couch, or on the computer or games console. Read more

Autism-like Behavior Mice Caused Dysfunction Outside Brain, Hypersensitivity Touch Patients with Autism, Nerves That Specifically Detect Loving Caress. Paperblog Pick in Psychology

Autism-like Behavior in Mice is Caused by Dysfunction Outside the Brain, Hypersensitivity to Touch in Patients with Autism, and Nerves That Specifically Detect Loving Caress.

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is now estimated to affect 1 in 68 children in the United States and causes deficits in social communication, a tendency towards repetitive... Read more

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