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    A 3 page research paper on autism. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

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    and perhaps the world. It is a condition that has no real cause, and no cure. It keeps many individuals from living normal lives in that they are unable to  truly communicate well with others, or interpret how other people feel. It is an alarming condition that is being researched, and a condition that seems to transcend all social and  cultural boundaries. At present there is still relatively very little known about the problem, in relationship to what truly causes it and in truth it seems that the most solid  facts involve the alarming increase in children being born with the condition and the fact that boys are four times as likely to have the condition as girls. In the  end, there is no cure, but treatment and, if necessary, medication for various elements of the condition can help. Introduction Autism is a condition that is affecting many  children today and is thus a very serious concern for many parents and families across the nation. It is a developmental disability that can be quite severe, or subtle, and  can clearly affect an individuals ability to live normally in many respects. The following paper offers an examination of some of the information available concerning the condition of autism.  Autism "Autism is a complex developmental disability that typically appears during the first three years of life and is the result of  a neurological disorder that affects the normal functioning of the brain, impacting development in the areas of social interaction and communication skills" (Autism Society of America, 2007). People who are  affected with this condition have a very difficult time communicating with others and understanding communication through non-verbal cues and such (Autism Society of America, 2007). The condition, however, affects different 

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