Bewegungskontrolle der Handmotorik bei Patienten mit Asperger Autismus

Einleitung: Patienten, die an einer Autismus-Spektrum-Störung leiden, weisen häufig motorische Defizite unterschiedlichen Ausmaßes auf. Es ist unklar, welche Pathophysiologie und welche Hirnsysteme für diese Bewegungsstörungen verantwortlich sind. Post-mortem Untersuchungen, strukturelle und funktio...

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Main Author: Riegg, Florian
Contributors: Dodel, Richard (Prof. Dr. med.) (Thesis advisor)
Format: Dissertation
Language:German
Published: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2016
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