Asperger's Syndrome


What is Asperger's Syndrome ?

Asperger's Syndrome is usually classified to be a pervasive developmental disorder, or an autistic spectrum disorder. People with Asperger's Syndrome have social and interpersonal difficulties, and often have a pattern of circumscribed interests. They are often very knowledgeable in this narrow area. Many people with Asperger's Syndrome are often uncoordinated and have unusual sputtering speech. The most common problems are poor social skills, difficulty with peer relationships and problems at school and work

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  • Searcy, E., Burd, L., Kerbeshian, J., Stenehjem, A., & Franceschini, L. Asperger’s Syndrome, X-Linked Mental Retardation (MRX23), and Chronic Vocal Tic Disorder.Journal of Child Neurology.2000. 15(10): 699-702.

  • Kerbeshian, J., Burd, L., & Fisher W. Asperger's Syndrome: To Be or Not to Be?The British Journal of Psychiatry.1990. 156: 721-725.

  • Burd, L. & Kerbeshian J. Asperger's Syndrome.British Journal of Psychiatry.1987. 151: 417.

  • Kerbeshian, J. & Burd L. Asperger's Syndrome and Tourette Syndrome: The Case of the Pinball Wizard.British Journal of Psychiatry.1986. 148: 731-736.