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NCT02233348 : Neurocognitive and Psychosocial Outcome of Youths With Autism Spectrum Disorder
AgesMin: 10 Years Max: 25 Years
Inclusion Criteria:

ASD participants

1. that they have a clinical diagnosis of autistic disorder or Asperger disorder defined
by the DSM-IV and ICD-10 criteria, made by board-certificated child psychiatrists
and who were clinically diagnosed with ASD confirmed by the ADI-R 7 years ago;

2. their ages range from 10 to 25 (i.e., 3-18 years old at the first assessment);

3. both parents are Han Chinese;

4. who have complete clinical and behavioral data at the 1st assessment;

5. participants and their parents consented to participate in this longitudinal study 7
years ago for complete assessments (3 visits of assessments) at follow-up.

Inclusion Criteria for TD controls, who will be recruited either by school teachers or
from the community, are that they are Han Chinese, consent to the study (if age <18,
parents, too) to complete all the assessments.

Exclusion Criteria:

For TD controls:

1. comorbidity with DSM-IV-TR or DSM-5 diagnoses of ASD, ADHD, schizophrenia,
schizoaffective disorder, delusional disorder, other psychotic disorder, organic
psychosis, schizotypal personality disorder, bipolar disorder, depression, severe
anxiety disorders or substance use;

2. comorbidity with neurological or systemic disorders; and

3. having a first degree relative who may have ASD based on family history method
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