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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Hadwin, Julie A.
Teaching children with autism to mind-read : the workbook.
Chichester, England : Wiley Blackwell, c2015
v, 148 pages
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Julie A Hadwin; Patricia Howlin; Simon Baron-Cohen
|ISBN:||9780470093252 0470093250 9781118314869 1118314867|
|Description:||1 online resource (157 pages) : color illustrations.|
|Contents:||Cover; Praise for Teaching Children with Autism to Mind-Read: The Workbook; Title Page; Copyright; Chapter 1: Introduction; Introduction to Theory of Mind; Teaching ToM to Children with Autism; An Introduction to the Current Workbook; Chapter 2: Visual Perspective Taking; Level 1: Simple Perspective Taking; Level 2: Complex Perspective Taking; Chapter 3: Conceptual Perspective Taking; Introducing Thought Bubbles; Level 3: Seeing Leads to Knowing; Level 3A: Self-Judgment; Level 3B: Other Judgment; Level 4: True Belief; Level 5: False Belief; Level 5A: False Belief-The Unexpected Transfer Task. Level 5B: False Belief-The Unexpected Contents TaskLevel 6: Embedded Beliefs; Level 6A: The Unexpected Transfer Task; Level 6B: The Unexpected Contents Task; Appendix: Summary of studies teaching Theory of Mind (ToM) to children and adults with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC); Bibliography; Postscript; Index; End User License Agreement.|
|Responsibility:||Julie A. Hadwin, Patricia Howlin, Simon Baron-Cohen.|
Overall, I think this book would be helpful for any professional working with younger children (around 4-12 years) who are on the Autism Spectrum, in developing their social skills through using