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Repetitive Behaviours in Autism
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Although individuals with autism usually arise physically accustomed and accept acceptable beef control, they abnormalrepetitive motions, which may be called, stereotypic movement disorder, stereotypies or repetitive behaviours. Self-stimulation, or "stimming", is addition accepted appellation for repetitive behaviour. Typical examples cover duke waving, teeth grinding, and agitation movements and attach biting. In some cases, it can absorb self-injurious behaviours such as arch banging, self-biting, acrimonious at the derma and self-hitting.

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