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English: Subject: Quinn, an ~18 month old boy with autism, obsessively stacking cans. Date: Late 2002. Place: Walnut Creek, California. Photographer: Andwhatsnext. Scanned photograph. Credit: Copyright (c) 2003 by Nancy J Price (aka Mom). This is an edited version of en:Image:Autism-stacking-cans.jpg.
Date 2007-11-14 (first version); 2007-11-14 (last version)
(Original text : 2002)
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