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Trends in autism research

Author: O T Ryaskin
Publisher: New York : Nova Biomedical Books, ©2004.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: O T Ryaskin
ISBN: 159454042X 9781594540424
OCLC Number: 55138554
Description: xi, 236 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm
Contents: Is autism early-onset catatonia? / Dirk M. Dhossche --
The relationship between autism and obsessive compulsive disorder / Ruth Gross-Isseroff, Haggai Hermesh and Abraham Weizman --
"It's our little bit of closeness": the experience of touch among parents of children with autism attending a training and support programme / L.A. Cullen, D. Cushway and J.H. Barlow --
Theory of mind in developmental pathologies: theoretic and methodological issues / Shiri Pearlman-Avnion, and Zohar Eviatar --
Cognitive affective disorder associated with rhombencephalosynapsys / Annapia Verri [and others] --
Screening and detection of ASD: the state of the science in research and practice / Jennifer A. Pinto-Martin, Alison Weissman and David S. Mandell --
Secretin : myth versus fact / Michael G. Chez, Thomas Buchanan and Mary Aimonovitch --
Iron deficiency in children with autistic spectrum disorder / A.H.A. Latif and W.R. Williams --
Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) and methylmalonic acid: the connection with infantile autism / Brett I. Cohen --
The serotonin transporter is increased in platelets of autistic children / Donatella Marazziti [and others] --
Abnormal sulfation chemistry in autism / Janet K. Kern [and others] --
How does the law assist people with autism? / Kate Diesfeld.
Responsibility: O.T. Ryaskin, editor.

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