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Autism (Developmental Clinical Psychology…

Autism (Developmental Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry)

by Laura Schreibman

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This book looks at the whole area of autism from the historical perspective through behavioural characteristics,diagnosis, aetiology, various treatments and finally prognosis. At the end of each chapter there is a summary for that chapter before moving logically onto the next section .The section on treatment covers Psychodynamic, Psychopharmacological,behavioural aspects (including specifics of behavioural treatment) and extended treatment environments such as parent training and classroom instruction.
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