Per Hove Thomsen

Early regulation in children who are later diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder: A longitudinal study within the Danish national birth cohort

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Early regulation in children who are later diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder : A longitudinal study within the Danish national birth cohort. / Lemcke, Sanne; Parner, Erik T.; Bjerrum, Merete; Thomsen, Per Hove; Lauritsen, Marlene B.

I: Infant Mental Health Journal, Bind 39, Nr. 2, 2018, s. 170-182.

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