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[autism,account,family] The Spiral Staircase: My Climb Out of Darkness (Knopf, 2004).
Karen Armstrong has written other books about religion. [autism,proceedings] Therapeutic Intervention in Autism: Perspectives from Research and Practice. Proceedings from the 1996 conference of the Autism Research Unit of the University of Sunderland.
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A bibliography of journal articles on autism would be valuable but would be much longer: it would not surprise me if there are 10,000 such articles.
Note that there have been numerous changes since DSM III which affect the diagnoses of Autism and related disorders. ISBN: 0890420629 (paperback, 886 pages, June 1994); ISBN: 0890420610 (hardcover, 886 pages, July 1994). ISBN: 1843103060 (paperback, 160 pages, due 5/15/2006). Forewords by Tony Attwood and Liane Holliday Willey. [autism,aspergers,account] Voices from the Spectrum: Parents, Grandparents, Siblings, People With Autism, And Professionals Share Their Wisdom (Jessica Kingsley Pub, forthcoming).
[autism,medical,reference] Mental retardation: an abstracted bibliography, 1971-1980 (Washington, D. [autism,account,behavioral] Teaching Community Skills and Behaviors to Students with Autism or Related Problems of Communication and Social Interaction. ISBN: 1843107864 (paperback, 256 pages, due 2/15/2006).
[autism,social,treatment] The Handbook of Autism: a Guide for Parents and Professionals (London: Travistock/Routledge, 1991). This book is not about autism but is an important reference in psychological practice. [autism,disability,bibliography] Tales from the Table: Five Accounts of Lovaas Intervention With Children on the Autistic Spectrum (Jessica Kingsley Pub, forthcoming). Our Journey Through High Functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome: A Roadmap (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2001).Also included in this bibliography are a few books not specifically dedicated to autism, but said to be valuable to parents of autistics.Each entry has key words which indicate whether the book is specifically about autism.This will always be a work in progress in that I am constantly adding to it and correcting it.
I welcome any additions or corrections you can contribute and thank everyone who has already sent me contributions, in particular one correspondent who has made numerous contributions but wishes to remain anonymous.
I am updating the list constantly, so changes have been made to it since the writing of this introduction.