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Offering a summary of the current state of knowledge in autism research, Defining Autism looks at the different genetic, neurological and environmental causes of, and contributory factors to autism. It takes a wide-ranging view of developmental and genetic factors, and considers autism's relationship with other conditions such as epilepsy.
Shedding light on the vast number of autism-related syndromes which are all too often denied adequate attention, it shows how, whilst autism refers to a single syndrome, it can be understood as many different conditions, with the common factors being biological, rather than behavioral
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Emily Casanova is currently a LEND Postdoctoral Fellow with the University of South Carolina and the Greenville Health System. She serves on a committee for the Autism Research Institute.Manuel Casanova was trained in Neurology, Neuropathology and Psychiatry. His expertise in the field of autism has been recognized by his appointment as the chairperson for the Developmental Brain Disorders Study Section (NIH)
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