Autism and pervasive developmental disorders / edited by Fred Volkmar.
Contributor(s): Allely, Clare | Bourgeron, Thomas | Chavez, Alison | Coleman, Mary | Doehring, Peter | Erickson, Craig A | Fernell, Elisabeth | Fombonne, Eric | Fosdick, Cara | Gillberg, Christopher | Hadjikhani, Nouchine | Hill, Alison Presmanes | Howlin, Patricia | Jackson, Scott L. J | Magiati, Iliana | Mooney, Lindsey | Morin, Kristi | Myers, Julianne | Odom, Samuel L | Paul, Rhea | Sarovic, Darko | Salomone, Erica | Savage, Melissa | Simmons, Elizabeth Schoen | Szatmari, Peter | Tomaszewski, Brianne | Vivanti, Giacomo | Vorstman, Jacob A. S | Yerys, Ben | Yuen, Ryan K. C | Zuckerman, Katharine.Publisher: Cambridge ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2019Copyright date: 2019Edition: Third edition.Description: ix, 258 pages : 24 cm : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781108410595.Subject(s): AUTISM | PERVASIVE DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS | EPIDEMIOLOGY | DIAGNOSIS | DEFINITION | COMMUNICATION | DRUG THERAPY | BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT | PHENOTYPE | GENETICS | RESEARCH | POLICY
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. Diagnosis and definition of autism and other pervasive developmental disorders. - 2. Epidemiological surveys of autism spectrum disorders. - 3. Psychological factors in autism spectrum disorders. - 4. Communication and its development in autism spectrum disorders. - 5. The genetics of autism spectrum disorders. -6. The neurobiology of autism. - 7. Psychopharmacology of autism spectrum disorders. - 8. Behavioral and educational interventions. - 9. The impact of ASD research on national policy lessons from the Combating Autism Act and the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. - 10. Adult life for people with autism spectrum disorders. - Index.
"Preface and Acknowledgments: It has now been over a decade since the 2nd edition of this volume appeared and during that time there have been major advances in our understanding of autism and related conditions. Well over 30,000 papers on the topic have appeared and the explosion of work hopefully will continue in coming years. For the previous two editions of this volume the goal has been to provide coverage of areas relevant to students, researchers, and educators. To this end the current volume retains many of the same topics and authors from the previous editions but with some exceptions and changes that reflect new areas of activity in the field"--Provided by publisher.