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Actual and perceived speedy diagnoses are associated with mothers’ unresolved reactions to a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder for a child / Phil, Reed

Autism, Volume: 23, Issue: 7, Pages: 1843 - 1852

Swansea University Author: Phil, Reed

Published in: Autism
ISSN: 1362-3613 1461-7005
Published: 2019
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title Actual and perceived speedy diagnoses are associated with mothers’ unresolved reactions to a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder for a child
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title_short Actual and perceived speedy diagnoses are associated with mothers’ unresolved reactions to a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder for a child
title_full Actual and perceived speedy diagnoses are associated with mothers’ unresolved reactions to a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder for a child
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