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(p. 205) I Can't Get Started: Stress and the Role of Movement Differences in People with Autism 

(p. 205) I Can't Get Started: Stress and the Role of Movement Differences in People with Autism
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(p. 205) I Can't Get Started: Stress and the Role of Movement Differences in People with Autism
Author(s):

Anne M. Donnellan

, Martha R. Leary

, and Jodi Patterson Robledo

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195182262.003.0009
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date: 30 November 2020

This chapter offers information of the symptoms of movement differences reported and observed for some people with autism. It presents the range and intensity of expression of symptoms with first-person accounts of how the symptoms have affected people's lives. It considers stress both as a trigger for unusual, atypical, or uncontrolled movements, as well as an outcome for people who have significant differences in their ways of moving and behaving.

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