Asperger's Syndrome in Young Children: A Developmental Guide for Parents and Professionals

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Author Index
Achenbach, T. 86
American Psychiatric Association 9, 67, 270
Anderson, J. 222
Anderson-Wood, L. and Smith, B. R. 196
Anzalone, M. E. and Murray, E. A. 65, 227
Asperger, H. 10, 11
Aston, M. C. 135
Attwood, T. 44, 67, 182, 203, 221, 239
Ayres, A. J. 213, 214, 220
Ayres, A. J. and Mailloux, Z. 220
Baker, S. and Pangborn, J. 142
Baranek, G. T., Foster, L. G. and Berkson, G. 216
Basche, P. R. and Kirby, B. 135, 141, 208, 240
Belsky, J. 26
Benbow, M. 228
Bishop, D. V. M. 77
Bissell, J., Fisher, J., Owens, C. and Polcyn, P. 228
Blanche, E. I. and Parham, L. D. 220
Bristol, M. 58
Bristol, M., Gallagher, J. and Gallagher, E. 134
Bundy, A. C. 213
Burpee, J. D. 219
Butterfield, P. M. 231
Cacace, A.T. and McFarland, D. J. 192
Campbell, S. B.
Case-Smith, J. 213, 228, 235
Case-Smith, J., Heaphy, T., Marr, D., Galvin, B., Koch, V., Ellis, M. G. and Perez, I. 228
Case-Smith, J. and Humphry, R. 224
Cumine,V., Leach, J, and Stevenson, G. 261
Dalrymple, N. and Ruble, L. 241
Davies, D. 21, 22, 23
Davis, M., Kilgo, J. and Gamel-McCormick, M. 282
Dunn, J. 26
Dunn, W. 35, 211
Dunn, W., Myles, B. S. and Orr, S. 211, 215, 219
Dunst, C. J. 134
Ewald, J. A. and Parham, L. D. 213
Exner, C. E. 228
Fein, G. 26, 153
Fertel-Daly, D., Bedell, G. and Hinojosa, J. 225
Fiese, B. 231
Fraiberg, S. 138
Fredrickson, J. M., Schwartz, D. W. and Kornhuber, H. H. 227
Frick, S. 220, 229
Frick, S. M. and Hacker, C. 220, 229
Frick, S., Frick, R., Oetter, P., and Richter, E. 220, 222, 233
Frith, U. 10, 42
Frith, U., Morton, J. and Leslie, A. 10, 42
Gallagher, J. J. 134
Gepner, B., Mestre, D., Masson, G. and de Schonen, S. 36
Giuffrida, C. 230
Glasberg, B. 136
Gowen, J. 26
Gray, C. 147, 257
Greenspan, S. 26, 39, 43, 196
Greenspan, S., Wieder, S. and Simons, R. 146, 153
Hoshino, Y., Kumashiro, H., Yashima, Y., Tachibana, R., Watanabe M. and Furukawa, H. 35
Ireton, H. 86

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