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Psychopathology Lecture 36
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News, question, concerns Midterms – GIVE THEM BACK!!!
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Review from last lecture Specific Learning D/os Communication D/os Tic D/os Childhood Onset Fluency
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Autism Spectrum D/o Can also impact the caregivers’ life as well
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ASD In DSM-IV-TR (most common): Autistic D/o Pervasive Developmental D/o NOS Asperger’s D/o
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ASD Now (DSM-5) Autism Spectrum D/o
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Discussion
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ASD: Criteria A. Persistent deficits in social communication and social interaction across multiple contexts, as manifested by: Deficits in social-emotional reciprocity Poor verbal communication used for social interactions/ poor eye contact/ inability to understand gestures/ lack of facial expressions and non verbal communication Failure to show verbal and non verbal communication
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ASD: Criteria B. Restricted, repetitive patterns of behaviour, interest Stereotyped repetitive movements, use of objects, or speech/echolalia/ lining up items etc.
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