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Autism Produces Greater Behavioral Changes in Girls

Study of preschoolers finds that girls with autism differ more from other girls than boys with autism differ from typical boys Study of preschoolers finds that girls with autism differ more from other girls than boys with autism differ from typical boys May 13, 2015 New research on preschoolers finds that the behavior of girls with autism differs more from that of “neurotypical” girls

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Autism and Pica: Study Shows Behavioral Intervention Can Reduce Danger

A review of autism treatment records identifies behavioral strategies that reduce tendency to eat dangerous nonfood items A review of autism treatment records identifies behavioral strategies that reduce tendency to eat dangerous nonfood items February 11, 2015 A new report finds that behavioral therapy can effectively curb pica – the dangerous tendency to eat things that aren’t food. Pica is common among those with

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