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Autism assessment tools: a (partial) misinterpretation
  1. Alan S Stanton
  1. Correspondence to Dr Alan S Stanton, Heart of England NHSFT, UK; alanstanton{at}

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Carter and colleagues have done a superb job in summarising the theory and practice of tools used in assessing children for autism.1 Unfortunately, their paper is marred by a mathematical error which, if left unchallenged, could undermine trust in the use of one such …

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