Autism Researcher Home Pages
I co-founded the Asperger's Resource Group with colleague Linda Baker in 1996. Since then, Linda and I have been the recipients of several grants supporting this work, including one from the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation as well as a PEPSI grant. We produced a 30-minute documentary entitled: Understanding Asperger's (2000) which is available online.
Applied developmental psychology, attentional and behavioral problems in children and adolescents, medication treatments for children with developmental and behavioral problems, development of cognitive processes,
On Behaviorism, Autism, Procrastination
My main research interests are developmental language disorders, laterality, behaviour genetics.
Mentalising in adolescence, and autism.
Cognitive models of the development of social communicative behaviour and social understanding and their impaired development in autism and other developmental disorders.
I have long-standing interests in language and social-cognitive development in a number of different populations, especially autism, Williams syndrome, and language disorders.
Our research brings together elements of the traditional fields of developmental psychology, psychopathology, psychometrics, neuroscience, and genetics.
Director of the Center for Human Development Research. A developmental neuropsychologist whose research has centered on developmental psychopathology, particularly in children, adolescents and adults with autism, mental retardation or HIV disease.
My research centres on abnormalities of attention in autism. I approach this problem from the perspective of neurophysiology.
Sir Frederic C. Bartlett Professor and a Vilas Professor of Psychology
Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Research neurologist who has developed a model of the cognitive and neural deficits in autism.
Information on Dr. Sacks' most recent articles. Includes links to work by the some of the artists featured in An Anthropologist on Mars.
We propose that the key to understanding how the same disorder can arise from disparate causes is that the timing of the injury to the embryo is the same in both cases. We know that the teratologic cases are due to insults during neural tube closure.
His CV, with a list of selected publications
My main research interest is in developing a better understanding of social disability, and its neurobiological and genetic bases, in children with neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism and Turner syndrome.
Report of her academic activities.
Personal site of the novelist, writer, TV director and presenter of science documentaries. Her main interests are zoology, psychology, anthropology, paleontology, genetics, robotics and artificial intelligence, and health and nutrition.
Professor of Developmental Psychopathology at the University of Cambridge in the Departments of Experimental Psychology and Psychiatry; Fellow in Experimental Psychology at Trinity College, Cambridge.
His CV, featuring information on his publications, presentations and training, audiotapes, and biography.
The researcher's home page, with publication list and details of current research.
I am currently collaborating with researchers in the Lab on several studies focusing on autism, specific language impairment, and other language and development disorders.
Current Research and Interests: The development and application of causal modelling to neurodevelopmental disorders.
Author of Elijah's Cup: A Family's Journey into the Community and Culture of High Functioning Autism and Asperger's Syndrome (Free Press), a powerful memoir about the author's life with her autistic son. As the founder and director of ASPIE, the School for Autistic Strength, Purpose and Independence in Education (www.aspieschool.org), Paradiz also gives keynote speeches and workshops on the topic of autism and Asperger's syndrome at conferences, parent support groups, schools, mental health institutions and other service organizations nationwide.
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