Implications of Diffuse Neurological Dysfunction

  • Posted by Dr. Eric Lund
  • On September 21, 2014
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  • autism, dysfunction
Autism is considered to be one of the most severe forms of childhood neuropsychiatric disorders. Autistic disorders involve impairment in social reciprocity & communication, often together with cognitive deficits (Cook & Leventhal, 1992). Neuropsychological profiles of children with cognitive mental retardation differ from those of children with autism. Children with autism often show strengths in [...]
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Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders and the Rational for Intensive Applied Behavior Analysis

  • Posted by Dr. Eric Lund
  • On September 5, 2014
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  • behavior, child, child with autism, children with autism, language, wisconsin autism treatment
Although research continues, all evidence suggests that autism spectrum disorders result from a combination of about 10 genes. I also strongly believe that the symptoms of autism may also occur in children who had a lack of oxygen or brain bleeds at or before birth. Symptoms of autism are the result of pervasive non-specific neurological [...]
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