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20 Year Longitudinal Birth Cohort Study on Autism from Japan

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The latest study to show psychosocial outcomes for autistic adults was published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry this year, entitled “Twenty-year longitudinal birth cohort study of individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder before seven years of age.”




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Seth Underwood

Seth Underwood

50+ autistic, undiagnosed dyslexic, sufferer of chronic migraines, writer of dark science fiction, player of Genshin Impact and Mike Pondsmith Fan. Race- Human.

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