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The Clinical Course of Autism in Childhood and Adolescence 

The Clinical Course of Autism in Childhood and Adolescence
The Clinical Course of Autism in Childhood and Adolescence

Mary Coleman

and Christopher Gillberg

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date: 21 April 2021

Chapter 2 discusses the clinical course of autism in childhood and adolescence, from infancy through preschool, primary school, puberty, and into adolescence. It also addresses physical changes, deterioration, epilepsy, aggravation of symptoms, inactivity, mood swings and depression, catatonia, and problems with sexual maturation.

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