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Brief report: A case study of literacy and socioemotional development in a mute autistic female

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Correspondence to Susan E. Bryson.

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This work was supported by a grant from the National Health Research and Development Program of Health and Welfare Canada. We thank Emma, her parents, and her teachers for their generous contribution to this clinical report.

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Bryson, S.E., Landry, R. & Smith, I.M. Brief report: A case study of literacy and socioemotional development in a mute autistic female. J Autism Dev Disord 24, 225–231 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02172099

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Keywords

  • Mute
  • School Psychology
  • Socioemotional Development
  • Autistic Female