Predictors of Depression and Anxiety in Adults with Autism

Eleana Naci, Sander Begeer, Pim Cuijpers & Leonore de Wit
ASD is a lifelong condition, leading to a need for more studies exploring the adult population (Wise 2017). Autistic individuals have rates of co-morbidity as high as 58% to 98% (Rosa 2016). Depression and anxiety are the most common (Uljarevic 2019), with an estimation of current and lifetime prevalence in adults with ASD at 23% to 37% for depressive disorder and 27% to 42% for any anxiety disorder (Hollocks. 2019). This...
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