High functoning autism

High-functioning Autism is applied to people with autism who are deemed to be cognitively "higher functioning" (with an IQ of greater than 70) than other people with autism. Individuals with HFA exhibit deficits in areas of communication, emotion recognition and expression, and social interaction. 

People with high-functioning autism have a lower verbal intelligence quotient, Better visual/spatial skills, less deviating locomotion and often have problems functioning independently; they develop Curiosity and interest for many different things.

  • Pathophysiology of High functioning Autism 
  • Causes of High functioning Autism
  • Diagnosis of High functioning Autism
  • Treatment of High functioning Autism

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