Treatment of Autistic Schizophrenic Children with LSD-25 and UML-491

  • Lauretta Bender
  • Lothar Goldschmidt
  • D. V. Siva Sankar
  • Alfred M. Freedman

Abstract

Autistic schizophrenic children present challenging and baffling problems in treatment. Without attempting to deal again with the controversial issues concerning the definitions and etiological factors of either childhood schizophrenia [1] or the autistic reaction pattern [2], we will refer to the various treatment regimes attempted by Bender and co-workers in the past quarter of a century with these children. Many of the children have been followed subsequently into later childhood, adolescence, and adulthood [3]. Meanwhile, a new group of young autistic children are always available for new treatment endeavors as the new modes become available.

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© Plenum Press Inc. 1962

Authors and Affiliations

  • Lauretta Bender
  • Lothar Goldschmidt
  • D. V. Siva Sankar
  • Alfred M. Freedman

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