- AS (Psychiatry)
- Asperger syndrome
- Asperger's disorder
- Autistic psychopathy
- High-functioning autism
- Psychopathy, Autistic
- found: Work cat.: Autism and Asperger syndrome, 1991 (also Asperger's syndrome)
- found: MESH browser, June 14, 2007 (Asperger Syndrome. Entry terms: Asperger's Disorder, Asperger's Syndrome)
- found: Dev. Med. Child Neurol., "Asperger's syndrome and autism: comparison of early history and outcome": Dec., 1989: 31(6) ("there were no substantive, qualitative differences between the AS and the autistic groups, indicating that AS should be considered a mild form of high-functioning autism")
- found: Campbell psych. dict.: Asperger's syndrome, see Psychopathy, Autistic ("a type of character disorder characterized by lack of sensitivity, intuition, and human understanding. The autistic psychopath lives in the normal world but in a way that is uniquely his own; his speech, for example, is more a proclaiming than two-way conversation.")
- found: DSM IV (Asperger's disorder)
- found: WebMD, Dec. 3, 2008 (three forms of autism spectrum disorder and two rare severe autistic-like conditions: Asperger's syndrome; pervasive developmental disorder, not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS); autistic disorder; Rett syndrome; childhood disintegrative disorder; because Asperger's syndromeis mild compared to other autism spectrum disorders, some doctors call it "high-functioning autism")
- found: National Institutes of Mental Health WWW site, Dec. 5, 2008 (the pervasive developmental disorders, or autism spectrum disorders, range from a severe form, called autistic disorder, to a milder form, Asperger syndrome)
- found: MESH browser, Dec. 3, 2008 (Asperger Syndrome: UF: Asperger's Disorder, Asperger's Syndrome; a childhood disorder predominately affecting boys and similiar to autism)
- notfound: Forfar paediatrics;Am. psych. gloss.;Kaplan psych.;UCLA hdbk. psych.;Gloss. ment. dis.;DSM-III-R;Dorland's med. dict.;Stedman's med. dict.
- 1991-03-19: new
- 2009-03-10: revised
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