Harvard Mental Health Letter

In Brief: Williams syndrome in Japan: The interplay of genetics and culture

Parents of children with the disorder known as Williams syndrome, but from different countries, have differeing perceptions of their childrens' condition, due to the differences between American and Japanese cultures.
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