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The development of autism : perspectives from theory and research

Author: Jacob A Burack
Publisher: Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This work offers accounts of the development (typical and atypical), of persons with autism, with reference to developmental theory and research.
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jacob A Burack
ISBN: 0805832459 9780805832457
OCLC Number: 44794881
Notes: "This volume is the product of a symposium on the development of autism that was presented at the Fifth European Congress Of Psychology in Dublin, Ireland, in August 1997."
Description: xvii, 374 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Part I. Introduction : Developmental, Neurobiological, Genetic, and Family Considerations --
Development and Autism : Messages From Developmental Psychopathology / Jacob A. Burack [and others] --
Toward an Ecological Theory of Autism / Katherine A. Loveland --
A Developmental Perspective on Early Autism : Affective, Behavioral, and Cognitive Factors / Philip R. Zelazo --
The Functioning and Well-Being of Siblings of Children With Autism : Behavioral-Genetic and Familial Contributions / Nirit Bauminger, Nurit Yirmiya --
Neurobiology and Genetics of Autism : A Developmental Perspective / Kathleen Koenig, Katherine D. Tsatsanis, Fred R. Volkmar --
Part II. Attention and Perception --
The Development of Attention and Joint Attention in Children With Autism / Sue Leekam, Chris Moore --
Enhanced Perceptual Functioning in the Development of Autism / Laurent Mottron, Jacob A. Burack --
Reduced Generalization in Autism : An Alternative to Weak Central Coherence / Kate C. Plaisted --
Part III. Cognition, Theory of Mind, and Executive Functioning --
A Reexamination of the Theory of Mind Hypothesis of Autism / Helen Tager-Flusberg --
A Cognitive Complexity and Control Framework for the Study of Autism / Philip David Zelazo [and others] --
Autism : Specific Cognitive Deficit or Emergent End Point of Multiple Interacting Systems? / Dermot M. Bowler --
Social and Nonsocial Development in Autism : Where Are the Links? / Francesca Happe --
Executive Dysfunction in Autism : Its Nature and Implications for the Everyday Problems Experienced by Individuals With Autism / Claire Hughes --
Part IV. Social and Adaptive Behaviors --
Communicative Intentions and Symbols in Autism : Examining a Case of Altered Development / Lisa L. Travis, Marian Sigman --
Social Emotions and Social Relationships : Can Children With Autism Compensate? / Connie Kasari, Brandt Chamberlain, Nirit Bauminger --
Repetitive Behaviors and Social-Communicative Impairments in Autism : Implications for Developmental Theory and Diagnosis / Tony Charman, John Swettenham.
Responsibility: edited by Jacob A. Burack [and others].
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