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Epilepsy and Intellectual Disabilities by
This book brings together findings from research and clinical practice with a multi-disciplinary perspective regarding the important aspects of epilepsy in persons with intellectual disabilities.
Neuropsychiatric Disorders by
This concise monograph comprises the latest findings in the field and includes chapters on delusional symptoms, mood disorders, neurotic symptoms, cognitive impairment, and behavioral/personality changes.
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Autism : nature, diagnosis, and treatment by
Call Number: RC553.A88 A87 1989
Covering theory, research, and the development of new hypotheses and models, the book provides a balance between depth and breadth by focusing on questions most central to the field. The volume has been designed to be accessible and informative to a broad audience, including clinicians, researchers, and students.
Helping Children with Autism Learn: Treatment approaches for parents and professionals by
Call Number: LC4717 .S54 2007
Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders by
Call Number: RJ506.A9 A8928 1998
The text covers current approaches to definition and diagnosis; prevalence & planning for service delivery; cognitive, genetic, & neurobiological features; and pathophysiological mechanisms.
Learning and Cognition in Autism by
Call Number: RJ506.A9 L43 1995
This text volume describes the cognitive and educational characteristics of people with autism
Asperger Syndrome by
Call Number: RC553.A88 A788 2000
This text offers a definitive statement of what is currently known about Asperger syndrome along with its diagnostic & conceptual issues, assessment, treatment, and neurobiology.
The Educator's Guide to Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders by
Call Number: LC4717 .B46 2009
This useful guide helps to identify students with ASD, organize the classroom, manage time, promote independence & communication, and select visual strategies, tools, and curriculum resources.
The New Harvard Guide to Psychiatry by
Call Number: RC454 .N47 1988
The book covers topics including examination & evaluation, brain & behavior, psychopathology, principles of treatment & management, special populations, and psychiatry and society.
Call Number: QP355.2 .N487 2008
This comprehensive textbook, created primarily for medical, premedical, and undergraduate students, provides detail related to the understanding of basic processes of cognition, emotion, and behavior, as well as to various forms of dysfunction.