Research on autism has flourished in recent years. As a result, specialism has developed and lines of research have become specialized and isolated. This collection of research on autism spectrum disorders investigates and cross-references a wide range of neurocognitive, clinical, and interventionist perspectives on autistic spectrum disorders research - from functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging studies to naturalistic intervention. * Accessible to students, parents and practitioners, Autism provides an overview of high profile research * Features contributions from teams at the forefront of research output in the UK, Europe and the United States * Introductory and concluding chapters highlighting major research themes while exploring broader issues on the integration of autism research.
|Publisher||John Wiley & Sons|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2008|
- intervention research