Sintomatología internalizada en adultos con trastorno del espectro autistaun enfoque transdiagnóstico

  1. Sáez Suanes, Gema Pilar
Supervised by:
  1. Araceli del Pozo Armentia Director
  2. Domingo A. García Villamisar Director

Defence university: Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Fecha de defensa: 25 January 2021

  1. Carmen Alba Pastor Chair
  2. Belén Sáenz Rico de Santiago Secretary
  3. Ricardo Canal Bedia Committee member
  4. Dolores Izuzquiza Gasset Committee member
  5. Encarnación Sarriá Sánchez Committee member
  1. Personalidad, Evaluación y Psicología Clínica

Type: Thesis


Symptoms of internalized psychopathologies, such as anxiety, depression and obsessions, are common in people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) (Fletcher-Watson & Happé, 2019; Lugo-Marín et al., 2019). Their presence is a difficulty for their inclusion and quality of life of this population. (South et al., 2017; van Steensel & Heeman, 2017), however, their research is still emerging. Its study is necessary to promote prevention, diagnosis and better understanding of this group of symptoms in the population with autism, nevertheless, it contains certain complexity as a result of the characteristics of ASD, associated intellectual disability or phenotypic overlap between some comorbid psychopathologies and autism (Rosen et al., 2018)...