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Early identification of autism in fragile X syndrome : a review

By: McCary, L M.
Contributor(s): Roberts, J E.
Series: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 57 (9) 2013: 803-814.Publisher: 2013Subject(s): FRAGILE X SYNDROME | AUTISM | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | INFANTS | RESEARCH | COMORBID CONDITIONS | LITERATURE REVIEWSSummary: Notes that fragile X is the leading genetic cause of autism but there is a lack of research focusing on the early development of autism within FXS and debate in the literature regarding how to best conceptualise this comorbidity or whether it should be considered a comorbid condition at all. Argues that studying the emergence and stability of autism in infants with FXS would have multiple benefits.
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Notes that fragile X is the leading genetic cause of autism but there is a lack of research focusing on the early development of autism within FXS and debate in the literature regarding how to best conceptualise this comorbidity or whether it should be considered a comorbid condition at all. Argues that studying the emergence and stability of autism in infants with FXS would have multiple benefits.

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