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Can child care workers contribute to the early detection of autism spectrum disorders?: A comparison between screening instruments with child care workers versus parents as informants

A study of the discriminative validity of an autism spectrum disorders (ASD) screening instrument--the Checklist for Early Signs of Developmental Disorders, filled out by child care workers, compared to frequently used parent questionnaires, based on data from a sample of 357 children between 5.57 and 48.13 months who showed signs of ASD or language delay
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