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The Meanings of Autism.
The Meanings of Autism. Lighting Up the Autistic Brain. Sequencing the Autistic Brain. Rethinking the autistic brain. Looking Past the Labels. Knowing Your Own Strengths. For information about permission to reproduce selections from this book, write to Permissions, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company, 215 Park Avenue South, New York, New York 10003.
The Autistic Brain brings Grandins singular perspective into the heart of the autism revolution.
The Loving Push: How Parents and Professionals Can Help Spectrum Kids Become Successful Adults by Temple Grandin P. The Autistic Brain brings Grandins singular perspective into the heart of the autism revolution. most insightful work to date. RICHARD PANEK is the prize-winning author of The 4 Percent Universe and the recipient of a Guggenheim fellowship in science writing. He lives in New York City.
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Now Temple Grandin reports from the forefront of autism science, bringing her singular perspective to a thrilling journey into the heart of the autism revolution.
Temple Grandin, Richard Panek
Temple Grandin, Richard Panek.
In The Autistic Brain, Grandin discusses very rationally the numerous scientific studies done on communicative autistics, how they often have an inner thinking self and an outer acting self, and how the two don’t often interact. The current psychiatric labels, she feels, do autistics a huge disservice by lumping so many people under one umbrella no one can tell who is who – and leads to misdiagnoses and disproportionate numbers.
by Temple Grandin, Richard Panek. She also highlights long-ignored sensory problems as well as the need to treat autism symptom by symptom, rather than with an umbrella diagnosis.
By Dr. Temple Grandin & Richard Panek. This book explains the history of the autism diagnosis and has an extensive section on sensory problems. The chapters on visual thinking, math, or pattern thinking, and word thinking will be especially useful for fully verbal children, teenagers, and adults. Developing Talents - (Careers for Individuals with Asperger’s Syndrome and High-functioning Autism). By Dr. Temple Grandin and Kate Duffy Foreword by Dr. Tony Attwood. This book is helpful for finding jobs and careers for fully verbal individuals on the spectrum. It gives real-life examples, pointing out the unique characteristics of individuals make them suitable for entrepreneurial ventures.
Dr Temple Grandin, Richard Panek. The right brain has created the right book for right no. -Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Temple Grandin may be the most famous person with autism, a condition that affects 1 in 88 children
Dr Temple Grandin, Richard Panek. -Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Temple Grandin may be the most famous person with autism, a condition that affects 1 in 88 children. Since her birth in 1947, our understanding of it has undergone a great transformation, leading to more hope than ever before that we may finally learn the causes of and treatments for autism.
The Autistic Brain: Thinking Across the Spectrum by Temple Grandin, Richard Panek EPUB
The Autistic Brain is the first book by Temple Grandin that will be neither a memoir nor a book on animals. As always, Temple's ability to cut through the jungle of information and make the science clear is evident with each read; her skills as a scientist and her original thinking offer some significant new insights into the understanding of autism.
Temple Grandin teaches readers the science of the autistic brain, and with it the history and sociology of autism. By being autistic--by being able to look from the inside out and from the outside in--the author's insights are not just unique, they're groundbreaking. According to Temple, our understanding of autism has been perhaps fundamentally wrong for the past 70 years.