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justanothermonkey
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04 May 2013, 1:06 am

Calls it insufficiently rigorous and inadequate as a reference point for research.

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04 May 2013, 2:39 am

I'm confused what this means :/ Do you know enough about it to explain it please? Does this have anything to do with Asperger's Syndrome being dissolved into a range of Autism?



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04 May 2013, 4:13 am

Tsproggy wrote:
I'm confused what this means :/ Do you know enough about it to explain it please? Does this have anything to do with Asperger's Syndrome being dissolved into a range of Autism?


There's a bit of a discussion of it on the thread at http://www.wrongplanet.net/postt230149.html.



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04 May 2013, 4:35 am

eric76 wrote:
Tsproggy wrote:
I'm confused what this means :/ Do you know enough about it to explain it please? Does this have anything to do with Asperger's Syndrome being dissolved into a range of Autism?


There's a bit of a discussion of it on the thread at http://www.wrongplanet.net/postt230149.html.


Thank you.



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20 May 2013, 9:07 pm

justanothermonkey wrote:
Calls it insufficiently rigorous and inadequate as a reference point for research.

Stunning!


It is adequate as a reference point for research, but some kind of research; like the areas in which NIHM state that they are into, may be hard with the DSM.