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    In this paper we review the impact of DSM-III and its successors on the field of autism-both in terms of clinical work and research. We summarize the events leading up to the inclusion of autism as a "new" official diagnostic category in DSM-III, the subsequent revisions of the DSM, and the impact of the official recognition of autism on research. We discuss the uses of categorical vs. dimensional approaches and the continuing tensions around broad vs. narrow views of autism. We also note some areas of current controversy and directions for the future.

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    Nicole E Rosen, Catherine Lord, Fred R Volkmar. The Diagnosis of Autism: From Kanner to DSM-III to DSM-5 and Beyond. Journal of autism and developmental disorders. 2021 Feb 24


    PMID: 33624215

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