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Bibliographies:  Autism and Asperger Syndrome

Aarons, Maureen, and Gittens, Tessa. Autism: A social skills approach for children and adolescents. Oxon, U.K.: Winslow, Pr., 1998.

Adams, Janice I. Autism-PDD: Creative ideas during the school years. Rev. ed. Ontario, Canada: Adams Pub., 1993.

Adams, Janice I. Introductory strategies for parents and professionals. Rev. ed. Kent Bridge, ONT: Adams Pub., 1995; 1992.

Alecson, Deborah Golden. Alternative treatments for children within the autistic spectrum: Effective, natural solutions for learning disorders, attention deficits, and autistic behaviors. Los Angeles, CA: Keats Pub., 1999.

Amenta, Charles. Russell is extra special: A book about autism for children. NY: Magination Pr., 1992.

Andis, Kim. Teaching community skills and behaviors to students with autism or related problems of communication and social interaction. Rev. ed. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1988.

Andron, Linda Anne. Our journey through high functioning autism and asperger syndrome: A roadmap. Philadelphia, PA: Jessica Kingsley, 2001.

Arnall, Dick. A is for autism. British Film Inst., 1992.

Aspects of autism: Biological research. Oxford: Alden Pr., 1988.

Asperger syndrome or high-functioning autism? NY: Plenum, 1998.

Autism: Being friends. (video).

Autism: Nature, diagnosis, and treatment. NY: The Guilford Pr., 1989.

Autism and the new law: Resources for treatment; hope for cure. Fair Haven, NJ: Edvantage, n.d.

Autism assessment sourcebook. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1993.

Autism awareness video for law enforcement and community personnel. (video) n.p., n.d.

Autism insights.

Autism primer: Twenty questions and answers. Raleigh, NC: Autism Society of NC, 1993.

Autism Society of America Conference, Proceedings. class="body_text">Autism Soc. Of America, 1999; 1996; 1994.

Autism training sourcebook: 1993-1994. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1993.

Bachrach, Ann W., Developmental therapy for young children with autistic characteristics. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed, 1978.

Baker, Sidney M. Clinical assessment options for children with autism and related disorders: A biomedical approach. San Diego, CA: Autism Research Inst., 1996.

Band, Eve B. and Hecht, Emily. Autism through a sister's eyes: A young girl's view of her brother's autism. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons, 2001.

Baroff, George S. Developmental disabilities: Psychosocial aspects. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed, 1991.

Baron-Cohen, Simon and Bolton, Patrick. Autism: The facts. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1993.

Baron-Cohen, Simon. Mindblindness: An essay on autism and theory of mind. Cambridge, MA: MIT Pr., 1995.

Barron, Judy. There's a boy in here. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1992.

Bauman, Margaret B. The neurobiology of autism. Baltimore, MD: JHU Pr., 1994.

Bell, Ellen Weber. Autism: A reference book. NY: Longman, 1986.

Beyer, Jannik and Gammeltoft, Lone. Autism and play. London: Jessica Kingsley, 2000.

Bibliographies of topics in autism. IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, IU, n.d.

Bicklen, Douglas. Communication unbound: How facilitated communication is challenging traditional views of autism and ability/disability. NY: Teachers College Pr., 1993.

Birenbaum, Arnold and Cohen, Herbert Jesse. Health care financing for severe developmental disabilities. Wash., D.C.: AAMR, 1990.

Blackman, James A. Medical aspects of developmental disabilities in children.3rd ed. Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen, 1997.

Bondy, Andy and Frost, Lori. A picture's worth: PECS and other visual communication strategies in autism. Bethesda, MD: Woodbine House, 2001.

Breakthroughs: How to reach students with autism. Sherborn, MA: Aquarius Health Care Videos.

Buehler, Bruce. Linking medicine and education for the child with special needs. Port Chester, NY: National Professional resources, 1998.

Campbell, Mary Helen. Special planning for special people: Autism. Albuquerque, NM: Albuquerque Public Schools, 1988.

Case studies in music therapy. Phoenixville, PA: Barcelona, 1991.

Centerwall, Siegfried A. Introduction to your child who has autism. Redmond, WA: Medic Pub., 1986.

Christopher, Willaim. Mixed blessings. Arlington,TX: Future Education, 1989.

Clements, John and Zarkowska, Ewa London: Jessica Kingsley, 2000.

Coyne, Phyllis and Vandenburg, Mary Lou. Developing leisure time skills for persons with autism: A practical approach for home, school and community. Arlington,TX: Future Horizons, 1999.

Creative programming for children with autism. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univ. Developmental Training Center, n.d.

Crowell, Beth. Dietary intervention as a therapy of autism and developmental disorders. Housatonic, MA: Beth & Andy Crowell, 1995; 1992.

Cumine, Val and Stevenson, Gill. Asperger syndrome: a practical guide for teachers. London: David Fulton Pub., 1998.

Dalrymple, Nancy. Aprendamos juntos: Learning together. Bloomington, IN: Inst. For the Study of Developmental Disabilities, 1979.

Dalrymple, Nancy. Autism training sourcebook, 1992-1993. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1992.

Dalrymple, Nancy. Developing a functional and longitudinal individual plan. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1989.

Dalrymple, Nancy. Functional school activities 1. Rev. ed. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1980, 1989.

Dalrymple, Nancy. Helping people with autism manage their behavior. 4th ed. Bloomington, IN: Inst. For the Study of Developmental Disabilities, 1993.

Dalrymple, Nancy. Learning to be independent and responsible. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1989.

Dalrymple, Nancy and Barbara Porco. Reading. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1980.

Dalrymple,Nancy. Record book for individuals with autism. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1990.

Dalrymple, Nancy. Some interpersonal social skill objectives and teaching strategies for people with autism. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1981.

Dalrymple, Nancy. Some social communication skill objectives and teaching strategies for people with autism. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1992.

Dalrymple, Nancy. Toileting. Rev. ed. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1991.

Debbaudt, Dennis. Avoiding unfortunate situations: A collection of experiences, tips and information from and about people with autism and other developmental disabilities and their encounters with law enforcement agencies. Detroit, MI: Autism Society of America, 1994.

DeMyer, Marian K. Parents and children in autism. Washington:, V.H. Winston, 1979.

Detmer, Carol and Sinex, Linda. Sex education: Issues for the person with autism. Rev. ed. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1987.

Diagnosis and assessment in autism. NY: Plenum, 1988.

Dillenburger, Karola. Parent's education in autism therapists: Applied behavior analysis in context. London: Jessica Kingsley, 2000.

Dillon, Kathleen M. Living with autism: Diagnosis and interventions to meet their needs. London: Jessica Kingsley Pub., 1996.

Dillon, Kathleen. Living with autism: The parents' stories. Boone, NC: Parkway Pub., 1995.

The doctor is in: Autism. Sherborn, MA: Aquarius Health Care Videos.

Donnellan, Anne M. Classic readings in autism.  NY: teachers College Pr., 1985.

Donnelan, Anne M. and Leary, Martha R. Movement differences and diversity in autism/mental retardation, appreciating and accommodating people with communication and behavior challenges. Madison, WI: DRI Pr., 1995.

Dunlap, Glen, et al. Early intervention for young children with autism: Regional training approach. Marshall Univ., 1988.

Durig, Alexander. Autism and the crisis of meaning. Saratoga Springs, NY: State Univ. of NY Pr., 1996.

Eastham, Margaret. Silent words: The story of David Eastham/Forever friends. Ottawa, ONT: Oliver Plate, 1990.

Educating children with autism. Washington: National Academy Pr., 2001.

Edwards, Becky and Armitage, David. My brother Sammy. Brookfield, CT: Milbrook Pr., 1999.

Ekvall, Shirley Walberg. Pediatric nutrition in chronic diseases and developmental disorders. NY: Oxford UP, 1993.

Egel, Andrew L. Educating and understanding autistic children. San Diego, CA: College-Hill Pr., 1982.

Ethridge, David A. Developmental disabilities: A handbook for occupational therapists. NY: Haworth, 1989.

Flowers, Toni. Activities for developing pre-skill concepts in children with autism. Danville, IL: The Interstate Printers & Pub., 1987.

Flowers,Toni. Reaching the child with autism through art: Practical "fun" activities to enhance motor skills and improve tactile and concept awareness. Arlington, TX: Future Education, 1992.

Fouse, Beth. Creating a win-win IEP for students with autism. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons, 1996.

Fouse, Beth. Treasure chest of behavioral strategies for individuals with autism. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons, 1995.

Foxx, Richard M. Making a difference: Behavioral intervention for autism. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed, 2001.

Freeman, Sabrina and Duke, Lorelei. Teach me language: A language manual for children with autism. Asperger's syndrome and related developmental disorders. Langley, B.C.: SKF Books, 1997.

Frith, Uta. Autism: Explaining the enigma. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 1989.

Frith, Uta. Autism and Asperger syndrome. Cambridge, Cambridge UP, 1991.

Frost, Lory and Bondy, Andrew S. PECS: The picture exchange communication system training manual. Cherry Hills, NJ: Pyramid Educational Consultants, 1994.

Gerdtz, John and Bregman, Joel. Autism: A practical guide for those who help others. NY: Continuum, 1990.

Gerlach, Elizabeth K. Autism treatment guide. 1st ed. Eugene, OR: Four Leaf Pr.,1996; 1994.

Gerlach, Elizabeth K. Just this side of normal: Glimpses into life with autism. Eugene, OR: Four Leaf Pr., 1999.

Gerland, Gunilla. Finding out about Asperger syndrome, high functioning autism and PDD. London: Jessica Kingsley, 2000.

Gill-Weiss, Mary Jane and Harris, Sandra L. Reaching out, joining in: Teaching social skills to young children with autism. 1st ed. Bethesda, MD: Woodbine House, 2001.

Gillham, Bill. Handicapping conditions in children. London: Croom Helm, 1986.

Gillingham, Gail. Autism: Handle with care! Understanding and managing behavior of children and adults with autism. Arlington, TX: Future Education, 1995;  n.d.

Gold, Phyllis and Baker, Carl. Please don't say hello. NY: Human Sciences Pr., 1986, 1975.

Grandin, Temple. Dr. Temple Grandin speaks on medications-fact and fiction. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons, n. d.

Grandin, Temple. Dr. Grandin speaks on sensory challenges and answers. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons, 1999.

Grandin, Temple. Dr. Grandin speaks on visual thinking of a person with autism. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons, 1999.

Grandin, Temple and Scariano Margaret. Emergence: Labeled autistic. 1st ed. Novato, CA: Arena Pr., 1986.

Grandin, Temple. Thinking in pictures and other reports from my life with autism. NY: Random House, 1995.

Gray, Carol. Comic strip conversations: Colorful, illustrated interactions with students with autism and related disorders. Jenison, MI: Jenison Public Schools, 1994.

Gray, Carol. The new story book. Arlington, TX: Future Education, 2000;1994.

Gray, Carol. What's next? Preparing the student with autism or other developmental disabilities for success in the community. Arlington, TX: Future Education, 1992.

Gray, Susan. Health care desensitization: A training videotape. Bloomington, IN: Indiana resource Center for Autism, n.d.

Greenfeld, Judy. ABC's of autism. (video) 1997.

Guth, Jamie. The doctor is in: Autism. Hanover, NH: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, 1991.

Gutstein, Steven E. Autism aspergers: Solving the relationship puzzle: A new developmental program that opens the door to lifelong social and emotional growth. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons, 2000.

Hamilton, Lynn M. Facing autism: Giving parents reasons for hope and guidance for help. Colorado Springs,CO: WaterBrook Pr., 2000.

Harris, Sandra L. and Gill-Weiss, Mary Jane. Right from the start: Behavioral intervention for young children with autism. A guide for parents and professionals. Bethesda, MD: Woodbine House, 1998.

Harris, Sandra L. Siblings of children with autism: A guide for families. Bethesda, MD: Woodbine House, 1994.

Hart, Charles. Guia para los padres sobre el autismo.

Hart, Charles. A parent's guide to autism. NY: Pocket Books, 1993.

Hart, Charles. Without reason: A family copes with two generations of autism. NY: Harper&Row, 1989.

Hays, Marilyn F. Working together for a brighter future: Unique approaches for educating high functioning students with autism. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons, 1966.

Helpful responses to some of the behaviors of individuals with autism. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1992.

High functioning individuals with autism. NY: Plenum, 1992.

Hill, David A. Movement disturbance: A clue to hidden competencies in persons diagnosed with autism and other developmental disabilities. Madison, WI: DRI Pr., 1993.

Hinerman, Paige S. Teaching autistic children to communicate. Rockville, MD:, Aspen Sys., 1983.

Hodgdon, Linda A. Solving behavior problems in autism: Improving communication with visual strategies. Troy, MI: Quirk Roberts Pub., 1999.

Hodgdon, Linda A. Visual strategies for improving communications. Troy, MI: Quirk Roberts Pub., 1995.

Holmes, David L. Autism through the lifespan: the Eden model. Bethesda, MD: Woodbine House, 1997.

Holmes, David L. Establishing group homes for adults with autism. Princeton, NJ: Eden Pr., 1985.

Home life checklist: Adolescents and young adults. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1987.

Hoopman, Kathy. Blue bottle mystery: An Asperger adventure. London: Jessica Kingsley, 2001.

How they grow: A handbook for parents of young children with autism. Rev. ed. Silver Spring, MD: Autism Society of America, 1990.

Howlin, Patricia. Autism: Preparing for adulthood. London: Routledge, 1997.

Howlin, Patricia. Children with autism and Asperger syndrome: A guide for practitioners and carers. Chichester: John Wiley, 1998.

Howlin, Patricia and Hadwin, Julie. Teaching children with autism to mind-read: A practical guide for teachers and parents. Chichester, West Sussex, England: John Wiley, 1999.

Huebner, Ruth A. Autism: A sensorimotor approach to management. Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen Pub., 2001.

I am not autistic on the typewriter: An introduction to facilitated communication; Going to school with facilitated communication. (video) Syracuse, NY: Div. Of Special Education and Rehab., Syracuse U., 1991.

Independent  tasks: Work activities for students with autism and other visual learners.

Janert, Sibylle. Reaching the young autistic child: Reclaiming non-autistic potential through communicative strategies and games. NY: Free Association Books, 2000.

Janzen, Janice E. Autism-facts and strategies for parents. San Antonio, TX: Therapy Skill Builders, 1999.

Janzen, Janice E. Understanding the nature of autism: A practical guide. San Antonio, TX: Therapy Skill Builders, 1996.

Jordan, Rita and Powell, Stuart.  Understanding and teaching children with autism. Chichester, Eng.: John Wiley, 1995.

Kanarek, Robin B. and Marks-Kaufman, Robin. Nutrition and behavior: New perspectives. NY: Van Nos-Reinhold, 1991.

Katz, Illana. Joey and Sam. Northridge, CA: Real Life Storybooks, 1993.

Kaufman, Barry Neil. A miracle to believe in. Fawcett, 1981.

Kaufman, Barry Neil. Son-rise: The miracle continues. Tiburon, CA: HJ Kramer, 1994.

Klin, Ami. Guidelins for parents: Assessment, diagnosis, and intervention of Asperger syndrome. Pittsburgh, PA: Learning Disabilities Assn. Of America, 1995.

Kozloff, Martin A. Reaching the autistic child: A parent training program. Cambridge,MA: Brookline Books, 1983, 1973.

Krug, David A. Autistic and severely handicapped in the classroom: Assessment, behavior management, and communication training. Portland, OR: 1981.

Lambert, Phyllis Haywood. Turning every stone: autism with love. Whispering Pines, NC: Scots Plaid Pr., 1990.

Laughing and loving with autism: Collection of "real life" warm and humorous stories. Keene, TX: Southwestern Color Graphics, 1993

Learning together. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1979.

Lears, Laurie. Ian's walk: A story about autism. Morton Grove, IL: Albert Whitman, 1998.

Legge, Brenda. Can't eat, won't eat: Dietary difficulties and the autism spectrum. Philadelphia, PA: Jessica Kingsley, 2002.

Levine, Karen. Pervasive developmental disorders:PDD-NOS, Asperger's disorder, and autism. Parent information booklet. Boston: Inst. Of Community Inclusion, 1994.

Levinson, Boris M. and Osterweil, Lucille. Autism: Myth or reality? Springfield, IL: C.C. Thomas, 1984.

Lewis, Lisa. Special diets for special kids: Understanding and implementing special diets to aid in treatment of autism and related developmental disorders. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons, 1998.

Lovaas, O. Ivar. The autistic child: Language development through behavior modification. NY: Irvington Pub., 1977.

Luce, Stephen C. Behavioral intervention for young children with autism: A manual for parents and professionals. Austin, TX: Pro-ed, 1996.

Making contact: Sensory integration and autism. (video) Peoria, IL: Continuing Programs of America, n. d.

McClain, Cate and Osbourn, Pat. But he knows his colors: Characteristics of autism in children birth to three. Albuquerque, NM: UNM Affiliated Program, n.d.

McClain, Cate. Teaming: Techniques for education of children with autism to meet individualized goals. Albuquerque, NM: UNM, CDD, 1997.

McClanahan, Lynn E and Krantz, Patricia J. Activity schedules for children with autism: Teaching independent behavior. Bethesda, MD: Woodbine House, 1999.

McConnel, Kathleen and Moulton, L. Rozelle. Teaching kids and adults with autism: Building the framework for lifetime learning. Longmont, CO: Sopris West, 1999.

McKean, Thomas A. Light on the horizon: "A deeper view from inside the autism puzzle." Arlington, TX: Future Horizons, 1996.

McKean, Thomas A. Soon will come the light: A view from inside the autism puzzle. Arlington, TX: Future Education, 1994.

McLaughlin, Phillip J., ed. Developmental disabilities: Handbook for best practices. Boston: MA: Andover Medical Pub., 1992.

Maurice, Catherine. Let me hear your voice: A family's triumph over autism. NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1993.

Mesibov,Gary B. Autism in adolescents and adults. NY: Plenum Pr., 1983.

Mesibov, Gary B. Communication problems in autism. NY: Plenum, 1985.

Mesibov, Gary B. The effects of autism on the family. NY: Plenum, 1984.

Meyer, Roger N. Asperger syndrome employment workbook. Phila., PA: Jessica Kingsley, 1999.

More laughing and loving with autism. Arlington, TX: Future Education, 1994.

Moyes, Rebecca A. Incorporating social goals in the classroom: A guide for teachers and parents of children with high functioning autism and Asperger syndrome. London: Jessica Kingsley, 2000.

Murray-Slutsky, Carolyn and Paris, Betty A. Exploring the spectrum of autism and pervasive developmental disorders: Intervention strategies. Tucson, AZ: Therapy Skill Builders, 2000.

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Myles, Brenda Smith and Simpson, Richard L. Asperger syndrome: A guide for educators and parents. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed, 1998.

Myles, Brenda Smith and Southwick, Jack. Asperger syndrome and difficult moments: Practical solutions for tantrums, rage, and meltdowns. Shawnee Mission, KS: Autism Asperger Pub., 1999.

Nelson, David L. Children with autism and other pervasive disorders of development and behavior: Therapy through activities. Thorofare, NJ: Slack, 1984.

Networking Directory: Network of Autism Training and Technical Assistance Programs, 1998.

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1995 National Conference on Autism: Parents and professionals.together we triumph. Arlington, TX: Future Education, 1995.

Nurek, Kathy. Begin where they are: Activity book to develop and improve visual skills for individuals with autism, developmental delays, or young children through directed movement.. Elkhart Lake, WI: Achievers Unlimited, 1993.

Osbourn, Pat. Project DISCUSS: Developing interdisciplinary teams in schools and communities to utilize successful school strategies. Albuquerque, NM: UNM, HSC/CDD, 2000.

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Paluszny, Maria J. and Paul , James L. Autism: A practical guide for parents and professionals. Syracuse, NY: SUP, 1980, 1979.

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Porco, Barbara. Growing towards independence by learning functional skills and behaviors. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1989.

Potter, Carol and Whittaker, Chris. Enabling communication in children with autism. Philadelphia, PA: Jessica Kingsley, 2001.

Powers, Michael. Children with autism: A parent's guide. 2nd ed. Bethesda, MD: Woodbine House, 2000; 1989.

Powers, Michael D. and Handleman, Jan S. Behavioral assessment of severe developmental disabilities. Rockville, MD: Aspens Sys., 1984.

Powers, Michael. Ninos autistas: Guia para padres, terapeutas y educadores. Rockville, MD: Woodbine House, 1999.

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Quill, Kathleen Ann. Do-watch-listen-say: Social and communication intervention for children with autism. Baltimore, MD: Brookes, 2000.

Prizant, Barry M. Autism spectrum disorders: A transactional development perspective. Baltimore, MD: Brookes, 1995.

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Rimland, Bernard. Infantile autism: The syndrome and its implications for a neural theory of behavior. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1964.

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Satkiewicz-Gayhardt, Viki, et al. Crossing bridges: A parent's perspective on coping after a child is diagnosed with autism. Stratham, NH: Potential Unlimited Pub., 1996.

Savner, Jennifer L. and Brenda Smith Myles. Making visual supports work in the home and community: Strategies for individuals with autism and Asperger syndrome. Shawnee Mission, KS: Autism Asperger Pub., 2000.

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Schopler, Eric. Behavioral issues in autism. NY: Plenum, 1994.

Schopler, Eric. Individualized assessment and treatment for autistic and developmentally disabled children. Baltimore: University Park Pr., 1978.

Schopler, Eric. Parent survival manual: A guide to crisis resolution in autism and related developmental disorders. NY: Plenum, 1995.

Schreibman, Laura Ellen. Autism. Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 1988.

Schroeder, Harry J. and Dalrymple, Nancy. Introduction to autism: Self-instruction module. Rev. ed. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Resource Center for Autism, 1992.

Schultz, Jeff. Straight talk about autism: Adolescent issues. Attainment Co., 1998.

Schulze, Craig B. When snow turns to rain: One family's struggle to solve the riddle of autism. Rockville, MD: Woodbine House, 1993.

Seeking solutions: A report on the service and needs of persons with autism. 1988.

Seifert, Cheryl D. Theories of autism. Lanham, MD: UP of America, 1990.

Sensory integration and autism: Seizing the moment.

Seroussi, Karyn. Unraveling the mystery of autism and pervasive developmental disorder : A mother's story of research and recovery. NY: Simon & Schuster, 2000.

Shaw, William. Biological treatments for autism. 1998.

Shore, Stephen. Beyond the wall: Personal experiences with autism and asperger




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