Examining the Etiology and Neurologic Basis of the Autism Spectrum Disorders
A neurologic basis for autism has been firmly established, but the factors that lead to it have yet to be established. Current science suggest that ASDs result from the interplay of genetics and environment. This chapter reviews current knowledge regarding the neurologic basis of the ASDs and identifies possible genetic and environmental connections.
Glennon, T. J., & Miller-Kuhaneck, H. (2004). Examining the etiology and neurologic basis of the autism spectrum disorders. In Miller-Kuhaneck, H. (Ed.). Autism: A comprehensive occupational therapy approach. 2nd ed. Bethesda, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association.
Autism: A comprehensive occupational therapy approach
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American Occupational Therapy Association