Autism: Explaining the Enigma

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Wiley, Apr 18, 2003 - Psychology - 264 pages
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The updated edition of this classic account of autism includes a new chapter outlining recent developments in neuropsychological research, and overviews one of the most important theoretical and practical consequences of Frith's original insights into this puzzling condition.

  • Updated edition of this classic account of autism.
  • Includes new sections covering practical and theoretical developments, and a chapter on recent investigations of the neurological basis of psychological impairments in autism.
  • Accessible to a broad general readership.

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This book was a first-read for me in graduate school studying clinical psychology. There was so much research on the market, in the papers, and in journal articles on autism spectrum disorders and the ... Read full review

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Uta Frith is Professor of Cognitive Development at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College, London. She is the co-author of Autism in History (Blackwell Publishers, 1999).

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