Women, girls, and autism spectrum disorders: part II

Women, girls, and autism spectrum disorders: part II

The special issue aims to collate new empirical research studies and opinion / conceptual pieces on issues relevant to women and girls with ASD, to increase recognition of the characteristics, support, service and treatment needs of this group, staff and clinician training requirements, clinical utility of available assessments and to seek patient and carer perspectives.

Autistic women and girls: increasingly recognised, researched and served,Circumscribed interests in autism: Are there sex differences?,Exploring the Female Autism Phenotype of Repetitive Behaviours and Restricted Interests (RBRIs): A Systematic PRISMA Review,Helping autistic women thrive,How many girls are we missing in ASD? An examination from a clinic- and community-based sample,Parental experiences with an adolescent female and male with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in India.,The PAAFID project: exploring the perspectives of autism in adult females among intellectual disability healthcare professionals

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