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1 I was born in 1943, the year that the Austrian psychiatrist Leo Kanner first recorded a pattern of symptoms in some children that he labelled "early infantile autism".
2 Dr Kanner then removed their stomachs and analysed the contents.
3 these results, Dr Kanner and his colleagues argue that looking for antioxidants from wine in the bloodstream was a mistake;
4 Psychiatrist Leo Kanner used to stand up for parents.
5 The children looked all right: Dr. Kanner called them "well-formed, well-developed, rather slender, and attractive." Many were bright, too.
6 Leo Kanner of the Johns Hopkins Hospital first used autism in its modern sense in English when he introduced the label early infantile autism in a 1943 report of 11 children with striking behavioral similarities.
7 Almost all the characteristics described in Kanner's first paper on the subject, notably "autistic aloneness" and "insistence on sameness", are still regarded as typical of the autistic spectrum of disorders.
8 It is not known whether Kanner derived the term independently of Asperger.
9 He was diagnosed by Kanner after being first examined in 1938, and was labeled as "case 1".
10 Kanner's reuse of autism led to decades of confused terminology like infantile schizophrenia, and child psychiatry's focus on maternal deprivation led to misconceptions of autism as an infant's response to "refrigerator mothers".
11 In another comparison of Lewis and Brønsted–Lowry acidity by Brown and Kanner, 2,6-di-t-butylpyridine reacts to form the hydrochloride salt with HCl but does not react with BF3.
12 Grace with regard to its dependence on traditional sitcom formulas and argue that the narratives diminish any of the show’s potentially subversive themes...Kanner (2003) notes that the gayness of Will &