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Asperger's, Autism, and the DSM: A New Autistic Spectrum without Asperger's Syndrome by Dr. Polly Doctor of Philosophy Is Asperger's a distinct autistic disorder that deserves its own place on the autistic spectrum... and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), the bible of mental health workers in addition to health...
Asperger's Spectrum Disorder in the DSM-5: Why the Concealment? by Harold L D. Patient Expert -IV's Asperger's Disorder.  The APA's DSM-5 team has replaced Autism with Aspergers, removed....  There is no signficant difference between the DSM-IV Aspergers Disorder and the DSM-5 Autism Spectrum Disorder. The DSM...
Asperger's is the New Autism: No Intellectually Disabled Allowed in the DSM-5's New Autism Spectrum Disorder by Harold L D. Patient Expert .  It is found in the DSM-IV's Asperger's Disorder which states in Criterion E that "there is no clinically significant...".  And there it is "no cognitive development delay" from the DSM-IV Asperger's Disorder criteria becomes not accounted...
Autism Diagnoses: DSM V Should Separate Autistic Disorder from Aspergers and HFA by Harold L D. Patient Expert Autism Spectrum, Disorders. One is the lack of any relevant distinction between Aspergers Disorder and those with higher functioning PDD -NOS and autistic disorders. The other DSM problem which generates...
Ari's Omission : Autistic Disorder and Aspergers Disorder are Critically Different Disorders by Harold L D. Patient Expert Diagnostic Criteria for Aspergers Disorder and Autistic Disorder The DSM (Diagnostic and Statistical... of childhood In both the DSM and the ICD manuals Aspergers and Autistic disorders are distinct with Aspergers...
Coming soon, the DSM-V. No more “PDD-NOS”, no more “Asperger by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven (PDD-NOS), Asperger Syndrome, Rett Syndrome and Childhood disintegrative disorder. If the proposed.... It is just that the diagnosis name will be replaced with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Here is are the proposed DSM-V criteria...
Autism's Vast Majority Was Hurt By The DSM-IV. Next Comes the DSM-5 and the New Autism Spectrum Disorder by Harold L D. Patient Expert ,  before the APA plunges ahead with its New Autism Spectrum Disorder in the DSM-V... telling us in plain language that prior to the DSM-IV revisions which grouped autistic disorder...
DSM5's Most Fundamental Flaw? Combining The Autism Disorders Into One Disorder by Harold L D. Patient Expert severe Autistic Disorder is not the same  autism disorder as Mr. Ne'eman's. The DSM5  autism....  It is the combining of disparate disorders into one. The biggest flaw of the new DSM5 is the combining...
Autism and Intellectual Disability in the DSM5: My Submission to the DSM5 Neurodevelopmental Disorders Work Group by Harold L D. Patient Expert Asperger's disorder.   The DSM5  attempt to completely separate Autism and Intellectual Disability ignores... July 17 2011 Neurodevelopmental Disorders DSM Work Group American Psychiatric Association...
DSM or ICD, Either Way Autism is a DISORDER, or Group of Disorders, Not "Just a Difference" by Harold L D. Patient Expert it is very unfortunate that both the DSM-5 and the ICD-10 group the former Autistic Disorder, PDD-NOS and Aspergers... of the combining of these neurodevelopmental disorders, which actually began in earnest in the DSM-IV...

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