childhood disintegrative disorder

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childhood disintegrative disorder

  1. (psychology) A rare condition characterized by deterioration of language, social function, and motor skills in a child after normal development for the child's first three years.

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  • (deterioration of skills after normal early development): Heller's syndrome, disintegrative psychosis

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Last modified on 18 June 2013, at 16:15