DSM-5 Criteria for Intellectual Disability
(also known as intellectual developmental disorder)
1. The disorder began during childhood.
2. There are deficits in intellectual functioning, such as reasoning, learning, and problem solving.
3. There are deficits in daily functioning, such as difficulties with independent living and social skills.
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