User:Elmindreda/Autistic rights sources

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Here is where I collect reliable or at least clearly verifiable sources concerning the autistic rights movement and research supporting its claims. If you know of any sources I've missed or have cause to believe that one of those listed below isn't up to standards, please let me know.

News[edit]

  1. Gajilan, A. Chris (2007-02-22). "Living with autism in a world made for others". CNN.
    Keywords: Amanda Baggs, In My Language, typing, communication, Morton Ann Gernsbacher, Internet-based
  2. Gupta, Sanjay (2007-02-20). "Behind the veil of autism". CNN.
    Keywords: Amanda Baggs, typing, communication
  3. Abedin, Shahreen (2007-02-21). "Video reveals world of autistic woman". CNN, Anderson Cooper blog.
  4. Cooper, Anderson (2007-02-21). "Why we should listen to 'unusual' voices". CNN, Anderson Coooper blog.
  5. "Say it loud, autistic and proud". The Observer. 2005-11-13.
  6. "Autism: 'Like being on a different planet'". BBC Somerset. 2007-08-23.
    Keywords: Autscape
  7. Shapiro, Joseph (2006-06-26). "Autism Movement Seeks Acceptance, Not Cures". NPR.
  8. Mestel, Rosie (2005-11-28). "Activists dispute misunderstanding". The News & Observer.
  9. Harrison, David (2005-01-09). "Autistic Liberation Front fights the 'oppressors searching for a cure'". Telegraph. Unknown parameter |coauthors= ignored (|author= suggested) (help)
  10. Harmon, Amy (2004-05-09). "The Disability Movement Turns to Brains". The New York Times.
  11. Harmon, Amy (2004-12-20). "How About Not 'Curing' Us, Some Autistics Are Pleading". The New York Times.
  12. Samburg, Bridget (2004-11-12). "For the autistic, how to get heard". The Boston Globe.
  13. Green, Hope (2001-11-30). "Scholar offers poignant first-person account of overcoming autism". Boston University Community's Weekly Newspaper.
  14. Saner, Emine (2007-08-07). "'It is not a disease, it is a way of life'". The Guardian.
  15. Blume, Harvey (1998-11-30). "Neurodiversity". The Atlantic.
  16. Gal, Limor (2007-06-28). "Who says autism's a disease?". Haaretz.
  17. Rubin, Sue. "Acceptance versus cure". CNN Programs: Presents.
  18. Blume, Harvey (1997-06-30). "Autistics, freed from face-to-face encounters, are communicating in cyberspace". The New York Times.
  19. Blume, Harvey (1997-07-01). "Autism & The Internet" or "It's The Wiring, Stupid". Media In Transition, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  20. Lane, Megan (2004-06-02). "What Asperger's syndrome has done for us". BBC News Online Magazine.
  21. Zwerdling, Daniel (2002-04). "Kill Them With Kindness". American RadioWorks. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  22. Herera, Sue (2005-02-25). "Mild autism has 'selective advantages'". MSNBC.
  23. "Pulitzer-Winner on Living with Asperger's". NPR. 2007-08-13.
  24. Goode, Erica (2001-10-09). "CASES; A Disorder Far Beyond Eccentricity". The New York Times.
  25. Bazelon, Emily (2007-08-05). "What Autistic Girls Are Made Of". The New York Times.
  26. James, I M (2003-01). "Singular scientists". J R Soc Med. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  27. Shulman, Robin (2007-12-20). "Child Study Center Cancels Autism Ads". The Washington Post.
    Keywords: ASAN, Ari Ne'eman
  28. Kaufman, Joanne (2007-12-14). "Campaign on Childhood Mental Illness Succeeds at Being Provocative". The New York Times.
    Keywords: ASAN, Kristina Chew, Autism Vox
  29. Caplan, Arthur, PhD (2005-05-31). "Would you have allowed Bill Gates to be born?". MSNBC.
  30. Carey, Benedict (2008-01-04). "Drugs Offer No Benefit in Curbing Aggression, Study Finds". The New York Times.
  31. "Scientific brain linked to autism". BBC News. 2006-01-30.
  32. "Mercury-vaccine link to autism disproven: study". Reuters. 2008-01-07.
  33. Woodford, Gillian (2006-04-30). "'We don't need to be cured,' say autistics". National Review of Medicine.
  34. Woodford, Gillian (2006-05-15). "Rebels debunk autism weird science". National Review of Medicine.
  35. Montgomery, Cal (2005-06-30). "Defining Autistic Lives". Ragged Edge Online.
  36. Wolman, David. "The Truth About Autism: Scientists Reconsider What They Think They Know". Wired Magazine. Unknown parameter | date= ignored (help)

Papers[edit]

  1. Szatmari P, Bartolucci G, Bremner R, Bond S, Rich S (1989). "A follow-up study of high-functioning autistic children". J Autism Dev Disord. 19 (2): 213–25. PMID 2745389.
  2. Jemel, Boutheina; Mottron, Laurent; Dawson, Michelle (2006-01), Impaired Face Processing in Autism: Fact or Artifact?, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders Check date values in: |date= (help)
  3. Mottron L, Dawson M, Soulières I, Hubert B, Burack J (2006). "Enhanced perceptual functioning in autism: an update, and eight principles of autistic perception". J Autism Dev Disord. 36 (1): 27–43. doi:10.1007/s10803-005-0040-7. PMID 16453071.
  4. Dawson M, Soulières I, Gernsbacher MA, Mottron L (2007), "The Level and Nature of Autistic Intelligence", Psychological Science, 18 (8): 657–662, doi:10.1111/j.1467-9280.2007.01954.x
  5. Soulières I, Mottron L, Saumier D, Larochelle S (2007). "Atypical categorical perception in autism: autonomy of discrimination?". J Autism Dev Disord. 37 (3): 481–90. doi:10.1007/s10803-006-0172-4. PMID 16897381.
  6. Mottron L, Mineau S, Martel G, Bernier CS, Berthiaume C, Dawson M, Lemay M, Palardy S, Charman T, Faubert J (2007). "Lateral glances toward moving stimuli among young children with autism: Early regulation of locally oriented perception?". Dev. Psychopathol. 19 (1): 23–36. doi:10.1017/S0954579407070022. PMID 17241482.
  7. Mottron L, Dawson M, Bertone A, Wang L (2007). "Cognitive versatility in autism cannot be reduced to a deficit". Cognitive Neuropsychology. 24 (5): 578–580. doi:10.1080/02643290701541522.
  8. Wang L, Mottron L, Peng D, Berthiaume C, Dawson M (2007). "Local bias and local-to-global interference without global deficit: A robust finding in autism under various conditions of attention, exposure time, and visual angle". Cognitive Neuropsychology. 24 (5): 550–574. doi:10.1080/13546800701417096.
  9. King GA, Zwaigenbaum L, King S, Baxter D, Rosenbaum P, Bates A (2006). "A qualitative investigation of changes in the belief systems of families of children with autism or Down syndrome". Child Care Health Dev. 32 (3): 353–69. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2214.2006.00571.x. PMID 16634980.
  10. Krauss MW, Seltzer MM, Jacobson HT (2005). "Adults with autism living at home or in non-family settings: positive and negative aspects of residential status". J Intellect Disabil Res. 49 (Pt 2): 111–24. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2788.2004.00599.x. PMID 15634320.
  11. Szatmari P, Bartolucci G, Bremner R, Bond S, Rich S (1989). "A follow-up study of high-functioning autistic children". J Autism Dev Disord. 19 (2): 213–25. PMID 2745389.
  12. Turner LM, Stone WL, Pozdol SL, Coonrod EE (2006). "Follow-up of children with autism spectrum disorders from age 2 to age 9". Autism. 10 (3): 243–65. doi:10.1177/1362361306063296. PMID 16682397.
  13. Dickerson Mayes S, Calhoun SL (2001). "Non-Significance of Early Speech Delay in Children with Autism and Normal Intelligence and Implications for DSM-IV Asperger's Disorder". Autism. 5 (1): 81–94. doi:10.1177/1362361301005001008.

Self-published[edit]

Not any old self-published sources, of course.

  1. Sinclair, Jim (2005-01). "Autism Network International: The Development of a Community and its Culture". ANI. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  2. Dawson, Michelle (2004-01-18). "The Misbehaviour of Behaviourists". No Autistics Allowed.
  3. Ne'eman, Ari (2007-11-30). "ASAN Testimony to Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee". ASAN.