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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 18 No 2 2001: Multidisciplinary work for children with autism

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 18 No 2 2001: Multidisciplinary work for children with autism

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme of this issue is Multidisciplinary work for children with autism.


 

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About the contributors

Editorial

Multidisciplinary work for children with autism
Dr Rita Jordan

A multidisciplinary approach to working with autistic children
Dr Cinzia Raffin

Children with autism: Supporting the transition to adulthood
Lynne Moxon & Darren Gates

Multidisciplinary use of 'structured teaching' to promote consistency of approach for children with autistic spectrum disorder
Marie Howley, David Preece & Terence Arnold

An interdisciplinary approach to investigating the use of virtual reality environments for people with Asperger's syndrome
Luke Beardon, Sarah Parsons & Helen Neale

Addressing system failures for children with autism
Catherine Tissot, Virginia Bovell & Su Thomas

Multidisciplinary social communication intervention for children with autism and pervasive developmental disorder: The Child's Talk project
Catherine Aldred, Rob Phillips, Claire Pollard & Catherine Adams

How disciplinary and institutional orientation influences professionals' decision-making about early childhood disability
Dr Paul Bartolo

 

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