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Irritability and Autism

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Introduction

Irritated adult Irritability is a term used to describe the actions of individuals who are especially fussy, whiny, and fretful, despite attempts at comforting and soothing them.

However, it is also used to describe a range of behaviours including aggression, self-injurious behaviour, and tantrums

Many people with autism are reported to be more irritable than most other people.

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Last Updated : 17/06/2013
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