A possible early glimpse of autism's ...

A possible early glimpse of autism's impact on older siblings

There are 2 comments on the EurekAlert! story from Mar 8, 2010, titled A possible early glimpse of autism's impact on older siblings. In it, EurekAlert! reports that:

Laura Lee McIntyre of the University of Oregon studies the impacts of autism in families, especially on mothers and older siblings.

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Gatineau, Canada

#1 Mar 8, 2010
Another great disovery by another great psychologist.

What is the point of this study: Mothers are stressed. Do we really need to waste money this way so a psychologist can tell us the mother ao autistic is stressed. What do you expect: the mother be happy when the kid is non verbal and can not make friends and is behind his peers in all aspects. It is also completely false that the siblings go to have developmental problems. The only problem here is these psychologists wasting money on futile research.
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