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Mental Health Literacy of Autism Spectrum Disorder in Korea: Recognition, Etiology, Treatment.

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Summary of "Mental Health Literacy of Autism Spectrum Disorder in Korea: Recognition, Etiology, Treatment."

The objective of this study was to investigate the Korean public's recognition of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), revealing underlying factors regarding perception relative to etiology and treatment of ASD, and examining variables related to those factors.

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Name: Psychiatry investigation
ISSN: 1738-3684
Pages: 213-219

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