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Most of the children he described had average or high intellectual ability, although Asperger (1944/1991) noted that he had seen the pattern of behavior he described in children with mental retardation. Spreading knowledge of Asperger’s syndrome heightened awareness that autistic conditions, even Kanner’s classic autism, could be found in children and adults of high ability. This shift of emphasis allowed the inclusion in the spectrum of children with the more subtle as well as those with the most obvious features of autism (Denckla, 1986).
0 per 10,000. 89 in 1994. 52 in 1994. ’s conclusion that at least part of the rise in reported prevalence of autism was due to substitution of this diagnosis for idiopathic mental retardation. In their response, Croen and Grether (2003) agreed that there were problems in their methodology and that more research was needed. Gurney et al. (2003) found a substantial rise in ASD rates in Minnesota, from 3 per 10,000 in 1991–1992 to 52 per 10,000 in 2001–2002. These authors did not find a corresponding drop in other special education disability categories, except for a slight decrease for mild mental retardation.
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