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autizm

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Across
2.ability, which autizm typically affects.
4.a perceptible or visible expression (as of a disease or abnormal condition)
6.transitional stage of physical and mental human development generallying with the teenage stage
7.abnormal condition affecting the body.
8.specialist who applies psychological research, theories and techniques to "real-world" problems, questions and issues in family
9.biological and psychological changes that occur in human beings between birth and the end of adolescence
11.the center of the nervous system, which controls human activity.
12.careful examination of some subject.
14.the attempt to develop rough understanding of some phenomenon
15.lack of contact with others.
16.easily seen or understood
17.the act of turning new and imaginative ideas into reality
Down
1.the quality of being able to do something, especially the physical, mental power to accomplish something
3.executive control system of the mind.
5.a person who is fully grown up.
10.surroundings, peole, way of life in which a person lives.
11.the action of human, usually in relation to his environment
13.brain disorder that affects a persons activity to communicate.

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