3 edition of The nature of childhood autism. found in the catalog.
The nature of childhood autism.
Bibliography: p. 126-128.
|LC Classifications||RJ506.A9 O4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 134 p.|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||67078181|
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The nature of childhood autism by Gerald O'Gorman,Appleton-Century-Crofts edition, in English - 2d by: Autism in the early years: a practical guide / Val Cumine, Julia Leach and Gill Stevenson. David Fulton, c Description: Provides parents and professionals with an insight into the nature and educational implications of autism, particularly in very young children.
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Both are recognized pedestrians and both are on opposing sides of the vaccine debate. “Most autism research originates in the West, and we have a particular view of what autism is, a particular view about how children behave and interact with adults,” says Courtenay Norbury at Royal Holloway, University of London, who worked with children with autism from ethnically diverse backgrounds in east London 1.
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London: Butterworths. MLA Citation. O'Gorman, Gerald. The nature of childhood autism Butterworths London Australian/Harvard Citation. O'Gorman, Gerald. The nature of childhood autism Butterworths London. Wikipedia Citation. The book reviews the medical literature regarding the biological nature of the disease, including the potential connection between vaccines and autism.
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Eugen Bleuler in Switzerland coined the term autism inreferring to behavior associated with schizophrenia. Kanner used the term autism as a clinically unique category, rather than a symptom of schizophrenia. Nature Deficit Disorder is what author Richard Louv calls atrophy of the senses.
When Louv published his book, there was a 50% decrease in outside play among year-olds.Autism diagnostic interview-revised and the childhood autism rating scale: Convergence and discrepancy in diagnosing autism.
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In: Volkmar F.R. (eds) Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Springer, New York,