Prevalence of non-affective psychoses in individuals with autism spectrum disorders: A systematic review
Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and schizophrenia spectrum disorders are commonly acknowledged as discrete entities. Previous research has revealed evidence of high comorbidity between these conditions, but their differential diagnosis proves difficult in routine clinical practice due to the similarities between core symptoms of each disorder. The prevalence of comorbid non-affective psychoses in individuals with ASD is uncertain, with studies reporting rates ranging from 0% to 61.5%. We the...Expand abstract
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