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  • Journal

    Adams, M. P.

    Explaining the theory of mind deficit in autism spectrum disorder

    2011 - Philosophical Studies

    In-text: (Adams 233-249)

    Your Bibliography: Adams, Marcus P. "Explaining The Theory Of Mind Deficit In Autism Spectrum Disorder." Philosophical Studies 163.1 (2011): 233-249. Web. 18 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Bauminger, N., Shulman, C. and Agam, G.

    The Link Between Perceptions of Self and of Social Relationships in High-Functioning Children with Autism

    2004 - Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities

    In-text: (Bauminger, Shulman and Agam 193-214)

    Your Bibliography: Bauminger, Nirit, Cory Shulman, and Galit Agam. "The Link Between Perceptions Of Self And Of Social Relationships In High-Functioning Children With Autism." Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities 16.2 (2004): 193-214. Web. 18 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Brewer, N., Young, R. L. and Barnett, E.

    Measuring Theory of Mind in Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder

    2017 - Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders

    In-text: (Brewer, Young and Barnett 1927-1941)

    Your Bibliography: Brewer, Neil, Robyn L. Young, and Emily Barnett. "Measuring Theory Of Mind In Adults With Autism Spectrum Disorder." Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 47.7 (2017): 1927-1941. Web. 18 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Burling, J. M., Kadambi, A., Safari, T. and Lu, H.

    The Impact of Autistic Traits on Self-Recognition of Body Movements

    2019 - Frontiers in Psychology

    In-text: (Burling et al.)

    Your Bibliography: Burling, Joseph M. et al. "The Impact Of Autistic Traits On Self-Recognition Of Body Movements." Frontiers in Psychology 9.2687 (2019): n. pag. Web. 17 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Dawson, G. and McKissick, F. C.

    Self-recognition in autistic children

    1984 - Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders

    In-text: (Dawson and McKissick 383-394)

    Your Bibliography: Dawson, Geraldine, and Fawn Celeste McKissick. "Self-Recognition In Autistic Children." Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 14.4 (1984): 383-394. Web. 18 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Doshi-Velez, F., Ge, Y. and Kohane, I.

    Comorbidity Clusters in Autism Spectrum Disorders: An Electronic Health Record Time-Series Analysis

    2013 - Pediatrics

    In-text: (Doshi-Velez, Ge and Kohane e54-e63)

    Your Bibliography: Doshi-Velez, Finale, Yaorong Ge, and Isaac Kohane. "Comorbidity Clusters In Autism Spectrum Disorders: An Electronic Health Record Time-Series Analysis." Pediatrics 133.1 (2013): e54-e63. Web. 26 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Dunphy-Lelii, S. and Wellman, H. M.

    Delayed self-recognition in autism: A unique difficulty?

    2012 - Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders

    In-text: (Dunphy-Lelii and Wellman 212-223)

    Your Bibliography: Dunphy-Lelii, Sarah, and Henry M. Wellman. "Delayed Self-Recognition In Autism: A Unique Difficulty?." Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 6.1 (2012): 212-223. Web. 17 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Gillespie-Smith, K., Ballantyne, C., Branigan, H. P., Turk, D. J. and Cunningham, S. J.

    The I in autism: Severity and social functioning in autism are related to self-processing

    2017 - British Journal of Developmental Psychology

    In-text: (Gillespie-Smith et al. 127-141)

    Your Bibliography: Gillespie-Smith, Karri et al. "The I In Autism: Severity And Social Functioning In Autism Are Related To Self-Processing." British Journal of Developmental Psychology 36.1 (2017): 127-141. Web. 18 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Gopnik, A. and Astington, J. W.

    Children's Understanding of Representational Change and Its Relation to the Understanding of False Belief and the Appearance-Reality Distinction

    1988 - Child Development

    In-text: (Gopnik and Astington 26)

    Your Bibliography: Gopnik, Alison, and Janet W. Astington. "Children's Understanding Of Representational Change And Its Relation To The Understanding Of False Belief And The Appearance-Reality Distinction." Child Development 59.1 (1988): 26. Web. 26 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Huang, A. X., Hughes, T. L., Sutton, L. R., Lawrence, M., Chen, X., Ji, Z. and Zeleke, W.

    Understanding the Self in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD): A Review of Literature

    2017 - Frontiers in Psychology

    In-text: (Huang et al.)

    Your Bibliography: Huang, Ann X. et al. "Understanding The Self In Individuals With Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD): A Review Of Literature." Frontiers in Psychology 8.1422 (2017): n. pag. Web. 17 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Lee, A. and Hobson, R. P.

    On Developing Self‐concepts: A Controlled Study of Children and Adolescents with Autism

    1998 - Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry

    In-text: (Lee and Hobson 1131-1144)

    Your Bibliography: Lee, Anthony, and R. Peter Hobson. "On Developing Self‐Concepts: A Controlled Study Of Children And Adolescents With Autism." Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 39.8 (1998): 1131-1144. Web. 18 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Lind, S. E., Williams, D. M., Nicholson, T., Grainger, C. and Carruthers, P.

    The self-reference effect on memory is not diminished in autism: Three studies of incidental and explicit self-referential recognition memory in autistic and neurotypical adults and adolescents.

    2019 - Journal of Abnormal Psychology

    In-text: (Lind et al. 224-236)

    Your Bibliography: Lind, Sophie E. et al. "The Self-Reference Effect On Memory Is Not Diminished In Autism: Three Studies Of Incidental And Explicit Self-Referential Recognition Memory In Autistic And Neurotypical Adults And Adolescents.." Journal of Abnormal Psychology 129.2 (2019): 224-236. Web. 18 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Lind, S. E., Williams, D. M., Nicholson, T., Grainger, C. and Carruthers, P.

    The self-reference effect on memory is not diminished in autism: Three studies of incidental and explicit self-referential recognition memory in autistic and neurotypical adults and adolescents.

    2019 - Journal of Abnormal Psychology

    In-text: (Lind et al. 224-236)

    Your Bibliography: Lind, Sophie E. et al. "The Self-Reference Effect On Memory Is Not Diminished In Autism: Three Studies Of Incidental And Explicit Self-Referential Recognition Memory In Autistic And Neurotypical Adults And Adolescents.." Journal of Abnormal Psychology 129.2 (2019): 224-236. Web. 26 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Lind, S. E.

    Memory and the self in autism

    2010 - Autism

    In-text: (Lind 430-456)

    Your Bibliography: Lind, Sophie E. "Memory And The Self In Autism." Autism 14.5 (2010): 430-456. Web. 18 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Losh, M. and Capps, L.

    Narrative Ability in High-Functioning Children With Autism or Asperger's Syndrome

    2003 - Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders

    In-text: (Losh and Capps 239-251)

    Your Bibliography: Losh, Molly, and Lisa Capps. "Narrative Ability In High-Functioning Children With Autism Or Asperger's Syndrome." Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 33.3 (2003): 239-251. Web. 26 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Mogensen, L. and Mason, J.

    The meaning of a label for teenagers negotiating identity: experiences with autism spectrum disorder

    2015 - Sociology of Health & Illness

    In-text: (Mogensen and Mason 255-269)

    Your Bibliography: Mogensen, Lise, and Jan Mason. "The Meaning Of A Label For Teenagers Negotiating Identity: Experiences With Autism Spectrum Disorder." Sociology of Health & Illness 37.2 (2015): 255-269. Web. 18 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Nielsen, M., Slaughter, V. and Dissanayake, C.

    Object-Directed Imitation in Children With High-Functioning Autism: Testing the Social Motivation Hypothesis

    2012 - Autism Research

    In-text: (Nielsen, Slaughter and Dissanayake 23-32)

    Your Bibliography: Nielsen, Mark, Virginia Slaughter, and Cheryl Dissanayake. "Object-Directed Imitation In Children With High-Functioning Autism: Testing The Social Motivation Hypothesis." Autism Research 6.1 (2012): 23-32. Web. 18 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Nijhof, A. D. and Bird, G.

    Self‐processing in individuals with autism spectrum disorder

    2019 - Autism Research

    In-text: (Nijhof and Bird 1580-1584)

    Your Bibliography: Nijhof, Annabel Dineke, and Geoffrey Bird. "Self‐Processing In Individuals With Autism Spectrum Disorder." Autism Research 12.11 (2019): 1580-1584. Web. 18 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Reddy, V., Williams, E., Costantini, C. and Lan, B.

    Engaging with the self

    2010 - Autism

    In-text: (Reddy et al. 531-546)

    Your Bibliography: Reddy, Vasudevi et al. "Engaging With The Self." Autism 14.5 (2010): 531-546. Web. 18 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Schriber, R. A., Robins, R. W. and Solomon, M.

    Personality and self-insight in individuals with autism spectrum disorder.

    2014 - Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

    In-text: (Schriber, Robins and Solomon 112-130)

    Your Bibliography: Schriber, Roberta A., Richard W. Robins, and Marjorie Solomon. "Personality And Self-Insight In Individuals With Autism Spectrum Disorder.." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 106.1 (2014): 112-130. Web. 17 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Spiker, D. and Ricks, M.

    Visual Self-Recognition in Autistic Children: Developmental Relationships

    1984 - Child Development

    In-text: (Spiker and Ricks 214-225)

    Your Bibliography: Spiker, Donna, and Margaret Ricks. "Visual Self-Recognition In Autistic Children: Developmental Relationships." Child Development 55.1 (1984): 214-225. Print.

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    Suddendorf, T., Dissanayake, C. and Nielsen, M.

    Imitation and Self-Recognition in Autism: In Search of an Explanation.

    2006 - The Guilford Press. - New York

    In-text: (Suddendorf, Dissanayake and Nielsen 138–156)

    Your Bibliography: Suddendorf, thomas, Cheryl Dissanayake, and Mark Nielsen. "Imitation And Self-Recognition In Autism: In Search Of An Explanation.." Imitation And The Social Mind: Autism And Typical Development. J Rodgers and J Williams. 1st ed. New York: The Guilford Press., 2006. 138–156. Print.

  • Journal

    Werner, E., Dawson, G., Osterling, J. and Dinno, N.

    Brief Report: Recognition of Autism Spectrum Disorder Before One Year of Age: A Retrospective Study Based on Home Videotapes

    2000 - Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders

    In-text: (Werner et al. 157-162)

    Your Bibliography: Werner, Emily et al. "Brief Report: Recognition Of Autism Spectrum Disorder Before One Year Of Age: A Retrospective Study Based On Home Videotapes." Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 30.2 (2000): 157-162. Web. 26 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Williams, D.

    Theory of own mind in autism

    2010 - Autism

    In-text: (Williams 474-494)

    Your Bibliography: Williams, David. "Theory Of Own Mind In Autism." Autism 14.5 (2010): 474-494. Web. 18 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Winstone, N., Huntington, C., Goldsack, L., Kyrou, E. and Millward, L.

    Eliciting rich dialogue through the use of activity-oriented interviews

    2014 - Childhood

    In-text: (Winstone et al. 190-206)

    Your Bibliography: Winstone, Naomi et al. "Eliciting Rich Dialogue Through The Use Of Activity-Oriented Interviews." Childhood 21.2 (2014): 190-206. Web. 17 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Zmyj, N. and Klein-Radukic, S.

    Six-Month-Old Infant's Interaction Difficulties are Mirrored in their Preference for Perfect Contingencies.

    2015 - Infant Mental Health Journal

    In-text: (Zmyj and Klein-Radukic 193-199)

    Your Bibliography: Zmyj, Norbert, and Sarah Klein-Radukic. "Six-Month-Old Infant's Interaction Difficulties Are Mirrored In Their Preference For Perfect Contingencies.." Infant Mental Health Journal 36.2 (2015): 193-199. Web. 18 May 2020.

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