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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 34 No 2 June 2017: Autism in educational contexts

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 34 No 2 June 2017: Autism in educational contexts

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on bridging the gap between psychological assessment and educational instruction.




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Guest Editorial - Autism spectrum disorders: A major dimension for educational and applied psychology
Tommy MacKay, Anne Greig & Micaela Connolly

Developing an intervention to improve reading comprehension for children and young people with autism spectrum disorders.
Horatio Turner, Anna Remington & Vivian Hill

The use of a peer-mediated intervention for a pupil with autism spectrum disorder: Pupil, peer and staff perceptions
Nadia Ezzamel & Caroline Bond

WISC-IV UK profiles of children with autism spectrum disorder in a specialist autism service
Karen Stack, Raegan Murphy, Paula Prendeville & Maria O’Halloran

Parents’ experiences of the diagnostic process for girls with autism spectrum disorder in Ireland: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
Kate Rabbitte, Paula Prendeville & William Kinsella

Pakistani mothers’ experiences of parenting a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in Ireland
Saima Habib, Paula Prendeville, Asma Abdussabur & William Kinsella

‘Forest School is muddy and I like it’: Perspectives of young children with autism spectrum disorders, their parents and educational professionals
Katherine Bradley & Dawn Male



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