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Karami J, Ghasemzade S. Autism spectrum disorder: Repetitive behaviors and stereotyped. frooyesh. 2018; 7 (2) :41-60
URL: http://frooyesh.ir/article-1-178-en.html
1- Razi University
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Abstract
Autism is a developmental neurological disorder characterized by impaired social communication and repetitive and stereotyped behaviors. This study aims to study and stereotyped repetitive behaviors in autism spectrum disorder was conducted. 1ST type consisted of self-harm behavior, compulsive behavior, ritual behavior, behavior and conduct even limited, 2nd type, two sensory interest unusual concern based on the shape of the dimensions of behavior, communication and cognitive, and in DSM-5 to the physical movement repetitive, ritualistic behaviors, interests, unusual objects, unusual strong, and increased sensitivity to sensory stimuli classified. The etiology of developmental theory of growth stimulatory behaviors during infancy, executive dysfunction theory and the theory of Physiology and Neurobiology inability to plan actions defects in the cerebellum and the frontal lobe to know the causes of autism. Between certain types of repetitive behaviors and stereotyped mental performance levels are related. And despite improvements over time in these behaviors, still above symptoms in adulthood can be seen in these patients. In other words, autism is a lifelong disorder, so these people need to get support services during their life.

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Type of Article: Analysis | Subject: Health
Received: 2016/01/25 | Accepted: 2016/09/26 | ePublished: 2018/06/3

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