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Posted by Zack Lynch
A reader asked me if I could identify some quality sources of information on autism. Here are a few I found interesting:
1. The cognitive neuroscience of autism by Simon Baron-Cohen
2. Stephen Shore's Autism and Asperger Syndrome site
3. Autism Resources from John Wobus
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1. Cindy Waeltermann on July 18, 2005 8:34 PM writes...
Wow -- you must not have looked hard enough. There are alot of great sites out there.
2. Cindy W. on July 19, 2005 10:24 AM writes...
Uhm...okay, so my comments have been (once again) misinterpreted. Was I slamming the sites that were listed? No. (I have no idea where that accusation came from...) The sites listed are great sites.
For those who apparently need an interpretation of my previous post, here you go:
It means that there are more than just four great sites out there. These four sites listed are no doubt excellent, but there are more.
3. Kathleen Seidel on July 19, 2005 12:03 PM writes...
Thanks very much for recommending Neurodiversity.com in your July 16 post (http://www.corante.com/brainwaves/archives/2005/07/16/autism_resources.php). I'm glad you've enjoyed the site; it's my labor of love and soapbox. I'd also like to welcome you to visit my blog, at http://www.neurodiversity.com/weblog, less than two weeks old. Right now, most of the essays there discuss the autism-vaccine controversy.
neurodiversity.com | honoring the variety of human wiring
4. Alison Cebulla on July 20, 2005 12:28 AM writes...
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