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Autism spectrum conditions 

Autism spectrum conditions
Autism spectrum conditions

Isabel Clare

and Marc Woodbury-Smith

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date: 17 August 2019

Chapter 5 explores the contribution that a neuropsychological perspective might make to clinicians about the ways in which men and women with suspected or diagnosed autism spectrum conditions (ASCs) might best be understood and supported when they come into contact with the civil or criminal justice systems.

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