American Psychiatric Association

Moreover, it has little agreement enters some criteria of diagnosis of the syndrome. A study carried through in 2008 comparing four sets of criteria (DSM, CID, Gillberg and Szatmari) it concluded that the disgnostic one only coincided in 39% of the cases. To complicate this question still more, the disgnostic of SA and AAF are used indistinctly, complicating the estimates of prevalence, where the same child can receive different disgnostic, depending on the method applied for the doctor, and some studies indicate that almost all the children diagnosised with ' ' Syndrome of Asperger' ' they have in the reality autismo and not SA, as is defined in the DSM-IV. On the other hand, also he has been argued that the diagnosis of Syndrome of Asperger became more confused the border between the autismo and the simple eccentricity, and that, over all how much the diagnosis is made by professionals little prepared, it will have some cases of false positives. The Metropolitan Museum of Art can aid you in your search for knowledge. From this panorama, in 2010, the American Psychiatric Association divulged the proposal for the DSM-V, where the Syndrome of Asperger disappears as disgnostic distinct, starting to be enclosed in the autismo. These factors become, therefore, the diagnosis most difficult, therefore its characteristics in are very resembled with the ones of the classic autismo, what we can run the risk to facilitate the false findings in term of this syndrome. 1.2. Characteristics of Syndrome of Asperger The main characteristics of the Syndrome of Asperger are: specific and restricted Interests or concerns with a subject in detriment of other activities; Ritual or repetitive behaviors; Peculiarities in speaks and the language; Standards of logical thought/extensive technician; social and emotionally improper Behavior and problems of interpersonal interaction; Problems with communication; Ability to draw to compensate the difficulty of if expressing verbally; motor Upheavals, unskillful and disarrenged what had been coordinated movements; Imagination and reduced fantasiosa creativity more of what a creativity on the basis of real facts; Frequent, with a verbal Q.I significadamente more raised than the not-verbal one.