The preserved speech variant is the milder form of Rett syndrome: affected girls show the same stages of this condition and by the second half. Autismo Infantil – Estudios Sobre La Afectividad y Las Emociones (English, abridged edition) / Author: Francois-Xavier Guerra / Author: Michele Zappella. Michele Zappella (Viareggio, 4 marzo ) è uno psichiatra italiano, studioso ISBN ; trad. in Spagnolo, Autismo Infantìl, Instituto de Cultura.
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He is a native of Viareggio, Italy. Zappella graduated in in Medicine and Surgery in Rome, Italy.
He initially relocated to Londonwhere he worked with the Fountain Hospital of London from to He then moved back to Rome, where he worked michlee the medical field and specialized in Pediatrics. Inhe moved to Pisa, Italywhere he specialized first in Child Neuropsychiatry and then, inin Nervous and Mental Diseases. In he became Lecturer in Mental Health.
He has been involved in social integration and education of disabled children. From throughhe was focused on publishing the infanhil papers on this subject.
In the s, Zappella studied the Placing Reflex   and its connections with the early diagnosis of severe mental retardation. His studies on Rett Syndrome have shown that there is a milder variant of this syndrome in which children acquire late some manual skills and spoken language.
Zappella has extensively studied Autistic Disorders, discovering the Dysmaturational Syndrome,  which manifests as a transitional autistic behavior, associated with motor and vocal tics, which has a genetic cause Tourette -like, quite different from stable Autistic Aktismo. Zappella is the author of over scientific publications, indexed on PubMed – U.
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