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(p. 129) Is Autism a Stress Disorder?: What Studies of Nonautistic Populations Can Tell Us 

(p. 129) Is Autism a Stress Disorder?: What Studies of Nonautistic Populations Can Tell Us
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(p. 129) Is Autism a Stress Disorder?: What Studies of Nonautistic Populations Can Tell Us
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Kathleen Morgan

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10.1093/med:psych/9780195182262.003.0007
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date: 21 October 2020

This chapter aims to review the consequences of stress and anxiety for behavior and biology, and to relate those, when appropriate, to behavioral and/or physiological correlates of autism. The review is intended to raise questions about the striking degree of overlap between biological and behavioral features of autism and those of anxiety.

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