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The present study aims to study eating problems among children with autism. The sample of the study consisted of (100) children with autism (age average 10.15., S.D. = 1.678). The two instruments being used are Gilliam Autism Rating Scale (2th-ed) and Eating Problems Scale for children with autism. The study found that the most prevalent eating problems among children with autism respectively were: eating refuse, hyper eating selective, disruptive behaviors for eating and behavior problems thatdoi:10.21608/sec.2014.143708 fatcat:d7p2h6brfffyjkuehqldpuovby