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Asperger (1944) described the isolative behaviors in children and referred to this as autistic psychopathology. However, these were children who had acquired language within the normal time span for development of speech. Children with autism who develop communicative speech are now referred to as cases of Asperger syndrome or High-functioning autism.
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association (1994), DSM-IV, includes autism and Asperger syndrome within the category "pervasive developmental disorders" (PDD).
American Psychiatric Association (1994) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, DSM-IV. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
Asperger (1944) Die autistischen Psychopathen im Kindersalter. Archiv fuer Psychiatrie und Nervenkrankheiten 117:76. [J. Autism 15:389]
Barr MW (1898) Some notes on echolalia with the report of an extraordinary case. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 25:20-30.
Bleuler E (1924) Textbook of Psychiatry, 4th edition, translated by AA Brill) New York: MacMillan.
DeSanctis S (1908) Dementia pracocissima catatonica oder Katatonie des frueheren Kindesalters? Folia Neuro-Biologica, (Leipzig) 2:9-12.
Heller T (1908) Ueber Dementia infantilis. Zeitschrift fuer die Erforschung und Behandlung des Jugendlichen Schwachsinns 2:17-28.
Kanner L (1943) Autistic disturbances of affective contact. Nervous Child 2:217-250.
Kanner L (1946) Irrelevant and metaphorical language early infantile autism. American Journal of Psychiatry 103:242-246.
Kraepelin E (1904) Lectures on Clinical Psychiatry. Third English Edition, Johnston T, ed (1912). New York:William Wood and Company.
Romberg (1850) Deutsche Klinik, Berlin, ii:59.
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