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  1. Yes, I understand, but maybe you can give me some guidelines ? It seems not reasonable (to me) that every client with lack of eye contact pass above criterion.
  2. Hi, For my study: I am wondering if lack of eye contact across multiple contexts (for example on school, when talking with friends and when talking with parents.) is sufficient to assign the following DSM-5 criterion : A2 Deflicts in nonverbal communicative behaviors used for social interaction; ranging from poorly integrated verbal and nonverbal communication; through abnormalities in eye contact and body language; or deficits in understand and use of nonverbal communication; to total lack of facial expression or gestures. My thoughts: - If some
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