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(p. 163) Food Selectivity and Refusal 

(p. 163) Food Selectivity and Refusal
(p. 163) Food Selectivity and Refusal

Charles S. Gulotta

and Peter A. Girolami

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date: 19 January 2020

With increased rates of ASD over past 10 years there has also been a corresponding increase in children with ASD having significant mealtime issues including food selectivity and refusal. A bio-behavioral model is discussed as way to conceptualize the assessment and treatment of feeding issues in children with ASD.

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