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The effectiveness of naltrexone in treating task attending, aggression, self-injury, and stereotypic mannerisms of six young males with autism or pervasive developmental disorders.

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Authors
Steven Anderson, Ronald Hanson, Myron Malecha, Arla Oftelie, Cynthia Erickson, Jane Moore Clark
Title
The effectiveness of naltrexone in treating task attending, aggression, self-injury, and stereotypic mannerisms of six young males with autism or pervasive developmental disorders.
Journal
Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities
Year
1997
Volume
9
Issue
3
Page(s)
pp. 211-221
Abstract Link
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Publication Format
Journal Article
Efficacy Study/Review
Yes
Scientific Validity
Single Blind, Peer-Reviewed
Keywords
Stereotypy, Adult, Anger/Aggression, Attention/Concentration, Autism, Autistic Disorder, Intervention, Medication, Mental Health, Naltrexone, Opioid Antagonists, Pervasive Developmental Disorder (Not Otherwise Specified), Restricted, Repetitive Patterns of Behaviour, Interests, or Activities, Self Injurious Behaviour

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