Document: texte impriméAutism: An Integrated View from Neurocognitive, Clinical, and Intervention Research / Evelyn McGREGOR
Titre :Autism: An Integrated View from Neurocognitive, Clinical, and Intervention Research
Type de document : texte imprimé
Auteurs : Evelyn McGREGOR, Directeur de publication, rédacteur en chef ; Juan-Carlos GOMEZ, Directeur de publication, rédacteur en chef ; Katie CEBULA, Directeur de publication, rédacteur en chef ; Maria NUNEZ, Directeur de publication, rédacteur en chef
Editeur :Oxford [Royaume-Uni] : Blackwell Publishing
Année de publication : 2008
Importance : 352 p.
Présentation : ill.
Format : 16cm x 24cm x 2,5cm
ISBN/ISSN/EAN : 978-1-405-15695-0
Note générale : Bibliogr., Index
Langues :Anglais (eng)
Index. décimale : SCI-D SCI-D Neurosciences
Résumé : "Autism is one of the most heterogeneous conditions there is, and this is matched by a proliferation of theories that try to explain it. Can ideas about the brain derived form neuroscience and ideas about treatments derived from best practice ever speak to each other? This book proves that they can. It not only provides state of the art reviews by the leading proponents of a whole range of theories, but also tries to integrate the new knowledge. The result is an exhilarating journey through all that is best in current thinking about autism."
Uta Frith, University College London

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 (MRI) 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.

Evelyn McGregor is a Lecturer in Developmental Psychology at the University of St Andrews. She is a founder of the Scottish Autism Research Group. Her research interests in autism include cognitive intervention, narrative ability and attitudes to inclusion.

María Núñez is a Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Glasgow Caledonian University. Her current research in relation to autism includes the cognitive basis of reasoning in interpersonal exchange.

Katie Cebula currently holds a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship in the School of Education at the University of Edinburgh. Her research is in exploring the impact of interventions for children with autism on the wider family.

Juan Carlos Gómez is a Lecturer in the School of Psychology at the University of St. Andrews. His current research in relation to autism includes development of prelinguistic communication and early theories of mind in human infants, primates and children with autism.
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