Understanding Autism (in Children) Definition, Signs, and Misconceptions

During the early twentieth century, before the prevalence of autism around the world, psychiatrists classified children who were withdrawn, self-absorbed, emotionally uncommunicative, and predisposed to repetitive behaviors as suffering from a type of schizophrenia. Over time, they found that schizophrenia was not the proper diagnosis.

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