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By Jeffrey L. Rausch, Maria E. Johnson, Manuel F. Casanova

At the very least seven million kids and youth are troubled with developmental, behavioral, or psychological issues. Asperger's illness, that can persist from youth into grownup hood, unearths teenagers facing psychiatric problems similar to melancholy, cognizance deficit ailment, schizophrenia, and obsessive-compulsive illness. This reference examines the etiology, analysis and therapy of Asperger's illness from analysis in youth in the course of the transition to maturity.

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25. O’Connell H, Fitzgerald M. Did Alan Turing have Asperger’s syndrome? Ir J Psychol Med 2003; 20(1):28–31. 26. Arshad M, Fitzgerald M. Michael Ventris: a case of high functioning autism? Irish Psychiatrist 2004; 5(1):28–30. 27. Harpur J, Lawlor M, Fitzgerald M. Succeeding with Interventions for Asperger’s syndrome and Adolescents. London: Jessica Kingsley, 2006. 28. McCarthy P, Fitzgerald M, Smith M. Prevalence of childhood autism in Ireland. Ir Med J 1984; 77(5):129–130. K. * This is the first case described by Hans Asperger.

10 Asperger about this eloquently. She emphasised again and again that she was at the end of her tether, and this was indeed obvious as soon as one saw them both together. It was clear that this state of affairs was due not only to the boy’s own internally caused problems, but also to the mother’s own problems in relating to the outside world, showing as she did a limited intuitive social understanding. Take the following typical trait: whenever things became too much for her at home she would simply walk out on her family and travel to her beloved mountains.

13 Now, a word about the boy’s relations to people. At first glance, it seemed as if these did not exist or existed only in a negative sense, in mischief and aggression. This, however, was not quite true. Again, accidentally, on rare occasions, he showed that he knew intuitively, and indeed unfailingly, which person really meant well by him, and would even reciprocate at times. For instance, he would declare that he loved his teacher on the ward, and now and then he hugged a nurse in a rare wave of affection.

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