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Self‐injurious behaviours in children and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)

By: Gulsrud, A.
Contributor(s): Lin, C. E | Park, M. N | Hellemann, G | McCracken, J.
Series: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. Special Issue: Self-injurious Behaviour 62 (12) December 2018: 1030-1042. 2018Subject(s): SELF INJURIOUS BEHAVIOUR | AUTISM | CHILDREN | ADULTS | RISK FACTORS | UNITED STATES OF AMERICAOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: The current study aims to utilise a relatively large, well‐defined clinical sample of individuals with ASD across a wide range of age‐independent variables to provide careful characterisation of markers associated with the presence of SIB.
List(s) this item appears in: ASD and challenging behaviour. June 2019
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The current study aims to utilise a relatively large, well‐defined clinical sample of individuals with ASD across a wide range of age‐independent variables to provide careful characterisation of markers associated with the presence of SIB.

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