Asperger's symptoms in adults include symptoms of other autism spectrum disorders, such as limited eye contact, difficulty functioning in social.
Asperger’s syndrome is a neurobiological, developmental disorder related to autism. People with Asperger’s syndrome tend to be higher functioning than other individuals on the autism spectrum. Now, the subtypes are folded into one diagnosis known as autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
The etiology, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of Asperger's syndrome in adulthood are outlined on the basis of a selective literature review.
The name is from the pediatrician who first identified it in the 1940s, Hans Asperger. Aspergers in adults and children refers to a range of.
We know that young adults with Asperger's syndrome have significant difficulty developing peer relationships and are developmentally delayed.