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The book Autism from A to Z by Kathy Carter

This page contains the URLs included within the book ‘Autism from A to Z’ by Kathy Carter; a new, practical guide and information resource collating the most popular articles from this website. It has been created for families and professionals, and curates the latest thinking, information and first-person insight regarding autism spectrum conditions. The websites below are listed within their relevant chapter headings.

A is for autism

http://tiny.cc/BEvans 

‘The Metamorphosis of Autism’ – A History of Child Development in Britain, by

Bonnie Evans.

http://tiny.cc/IntenseWorld

‘The Intense World Theory – A Unifying Theory of the Neurobiology of Autism

Intense World.’

http://tiny.cc/IntenseWorld2

‘Information gain in the brain’s resting state: A new perspective on autism.’

http://tiny.cc/WRAY

MJA – ‘Language disorders and autism.’

http://tiny.cc/Mottron

‘Is it autism? The line is being increasingly blurred.’

http://tiny.cc/DMurray

‘Attention, monotropism and the diagnostic criteria for autism.’

http://tiny.cc/GNSoke

‘Prevalence of Co-occurring Medical and Behavioral Conditions/Symptoms Among 4- and 8-Year-Old Children with ASD.’

http://tiny.cc/SpeechApraxia

‘The Hypothesis of Apraxia of Speech in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.’

http://tiny.cc/RChapman

‘Multiply-Disabled Autism and Intersectional Feminism.’

http://tiny.cc/cashin-triad

‘The triad of impairment in autism revisited.’

www.tiny.cc/­­_ICD11

ICD-11 for Mortality and Morbidity Statistics.

www.tiny.cc/DSM-5

DSM-5™ Diagnostic Criteria.

 

A is for Asperger’s


www.tiny.cc/Neurotribes  
NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and How to Think Smarter About People Who Think Differently (Amazon).

 

A is for Anxiety

www.tiny.cc/kerns

Connor Kerns/Scholar Google.

www.tiny.cc/Oliveira   

‘Effects of Oral Vitamin C Supplementation on Anxiety in Students.’

www.tiny.cc/harvard-health

Harvard – ‘The gut-brain connection’.

www.tiny.cc/v_Postorino

‘Anxiety Disorders and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.’

 

A is for autism and ADHD

www.tiny.cc/YLeitner

‘The Co-Occurrence of Autism and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Children – What Do We Know?’

www.tiny.cc/asd-adhd

Harvard: ‘Is it ADHD—or Autism?’

www.tiny.cc/GordonLipkin

‘Anxiety and Mood Disorder in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD.’

www.tiny.cc/NICE_adhd

NICE – ‘Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: diagnosis and management.’

 

B is for burnout

http://tiny.cc/RyanBoren

Autistic Burnout: The Cost of Masking and Passing.

 

C is for co-existing conditions

http://tiny.cc/GNSoke

‘Prevalence of Co-occurring Medical and Behavioral Conditions/Symptoms Among 4- and 8-Year-Old Children with ASD.’

www.tiny.cc/simonoff  

‘Psychiatric disorders in children with autism spectrum disorders.’

www.tiny.cc//MaxfieldSparrow

‘Are Co-occurring Conditions Part of Autism?’

www.tiny.cc/mazefsky

‘Association Between Depression and Anxiety in High-Functioning Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Maternal Mood Symptoms.’

www.Tiny.cc/Chadd

CHADD – ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder.

www.tiny.cc/steensel

‘Anxiety disorders in children and adolescents with autistic spectrum disorders: a meta-analysis.’

www.Tiny.cc/Dheeraj_Rai

‘Association Between Autism Spectrum Disorders With or Without Intellectual Disability and Depression in Young Adulthood.’

www.tiny.cc/Fragilex

‘What Can We Learn about Autism from Studying Fragile X Syndrome?’

www.tiny.cc/chaidez

‘Gastrointestinal problems in children with autism, developmental delays or typical development.’

www.tiny.cc/Sappok

‘Emotional Development in Adults with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities.’

www.tiny.cc/ASrivastava  

‘Intellectual Disability and Autism Spectrum Disorders: Causal Genes and Molecular Mechanisms.’

www.tiny.cc/Anorexia

BBC News – ‘Autism-anorexia link ‘must be acted on.’

www.tiny.cc/Anorexia-Nervosa

‘Autism Spectrum Disorder in Anorexia Nervosa: An Updated Literature Review.’

www.tiny.cc/AutismAN  

‘The invisible link between autism and anorexia.’

www.tiny.cc/synapse-Comorbid

‘Co-morbid disorders with autism and Asperger’s.’ 

www.tiny.cc/Comorbidities

Common neurological co-morbidities in autism spectrum disorders.

http://tiny.cc/Definition_Disabilities

NHS Data Dictionary.

 

C is for communication

www.tiny.cc/ASD-communication

‘Neurotypical Peers are Less Willing to Interact with Those with Autism based on Thin Slice Judgments.’

http://tiny.cc/Crompton

Paper: ‘Autistic peer to peer information transfer is highly effective.’

 

E is for eye contact

http://tiny.cc/eye-contact

‘For Those With Autism, Eye Contact Isn’t Just Weird, It’s Distressing’.

 

F is for Films and media representations

http://tiny.cc/autism_films

‘More than Rainman.’

http://tiny.cc/autism_films2

‘Interacting with autism – Rainman.’

tiny.cc/autism_films3

Autism Mythbusters – media portrayal.

tiny.cc/autism_films4

‘The Good Doctor’s Autistic Protagonist Is a Jerk, and That’s an Important Step Forward.

http://tiny.cc/autism_media

Autism Mythbusters – media portrayal.

 

I is for Infuencers

http://tiny.cc/messi

Como o autismo ajudou Messi a se tornar o melhor do mundo.

http://tinycc/ethanF

Ethan Fineshriber You Tube Channel.

http://Tinycc/Greta_T

School strike for climate – save the world by changing the rules.

 

J is for judgements

http://tiny.cc/SENsupport

NAS – Extra help at school in England.

 

J is for jigsaw puzzle piece

http://tiny.cc/jigsawpuzzle

Do puzzle pieces and autism puzzle piece logos evoke negative associations?

 

L is for labels / language

http://tiny.cc/ASAN

ASAN – Identity-First Language

 

L is for learning styles

http://www.tiny.cc/learning_styles

ARI Learning Styles & Autism

 

M is for masking

http://tiny.cc/masking_gender

SN – The costs of camouflaging autism.

 

M is for meltdown

http://tiny.cc/Ross_Greene

Book – The Explosive Child.

http://tiny.cc/rebeccaklaw

Paper: Thoughtful Response, Rebecca Law.

 

M is for music

 

 

http://tiny.cc/specialbrain

If Music Gives You Goosebumps, You May Have A Very Special Brain.

http://tiny.cc/speech_song

‘Neural systems for speech and song in autism’

http://tiny.cc/syn_lorde

Why does every musician suddenly have synesthesia?

http://tiny.cc/syn_pharrell

Pharrell Talks Synesthesia with Psychology Today.

http://tiny.cc/syn_joel

PT – He’s Got A Way About Him.

http://tiny.cc/syn_autism

Synesthesia’s mysterious ‘mingling of the senses’ may result from hyperconnected neurons.

http://tiny.cc/Bogdashina

NAS – Synaesthesia in autism

 

N is for Neurodiversity

tiny.cc/jessicaA

Autism & Sport.

http://tiny.cc/mencap_autism

Autism and Asperger’s syndrome

http://tiny.cc/NSN

National Symposium on Neurodiversity at Syracuse University.

http://tiny.cc/ABailin

Clearing Up Some Misconceptions about Neurodiversity.

http://www.tiny.cc/1stImpression

How Many Seconds to a First Impression?

http://tiny.cc/Trevisan

Facial Expression Production in Autism: A Meta-Analysis.

http://tiny.cc/ambiguous_looks

SN – People with autism sometimes give ambiguous looks.

http://tiny.cc/JSinger

What is Neurodiversity?

 

P is for PDA

http://tiny.cc/PChristie

Book – Understanding Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome in Children.

 

R is for rights

http://tiny.cc/NASsafeguarding

NAS – Safeguarding autistic people.

http://tiny.cc/N_I_C_E

Violence and aggression: short-term management in mental health, health and community settings.

http://tiny.cc/RCPsych

Restricted interventions in in-patient intellectual disability services.

http://tiny.cc/mortality-ASD

Mortality and causes of death in autism spectrum disorders: an update.

http://www.tiny.cc/MortalityAutism

RACGP – Injuries the largest cause of death for people with autism: Study

http://www.tiny.cc/NICEpathway

Autism spectrum disorder overview (pathway).

http://www.tiny.cc/NAS_CAMHS

You Need to Know – document.

 

S is for stimmimg

http://tiny.cc/KLindsmith

Stimming 101, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Stim.

 

S is for spoons

 

 

http://tiny.cc/spoonstheory

Stop appropriating the language that explains my condition.

 

 T is for toxins

http://tiny.cc/MMRautism

NHS – vaccinations

http://tiny.cc/MMautism2

Measles, Mumps & Rubella.

http://tiny.cc/TeethHeavyMetals

Baby teeth link autism and heavy metals, NIH study suggests.

http://tiny.cc/PKarimi

Environmental factors influencing the risk of autism.

http://tiny.cc/adjuvants

Christopher Exley: Using bad science to demonize aluminum adjuvants in vaccines.

http://tiny.cc/aspergian

Behind the Anti-Neurodiversity Articles: An Unholy Alliance of Usual Suspects.

http://tiny.cc/C-sect

Are C-Sections Contributing to Autism?.

http://tiny.cc/C-sect2

Association Between Obstetric Mode of Delivery and Autism Spectrum Disorder.

 

W is for Lorna wing

http://tiny.cc/LornaWING

BMJ obituary – Lorna Wing.

 

X is for expressive language

http://tiny.cc/eXpressive / http://tiny.cc/EXPRESSIVE

Expanding Expressive Language for Individuals with ASD.

http://tiny.cc/RECEPTIVE

ASA – Strategies to develop Receptive Language

 

Z is for ZZZZ

 

http://www.tiny.cc/AutismSleep

RA – Essential Guide to Sleep Problems and Autism: Summary.

http://tiny.cc/SLEEP

AAA – A guide to autism in the early years.

http://tiny.cc/Siclari

The neural correlates of dreaming.

http://www.tiny.cc/AmygdalaASD

Heightened Level Of Amygdala Activity May Cause Social Deficits In Autism.

http://www.tiny.cc/AHalladay

Anxiety, the amygdala and autism.

http://www.tiny.cc/A_Avino

Neuron numbers increase in the human amygdala from birth to adulthood, but not in autism.

http://www.tiny.cc/Connectopathy

Connectopathy in Autism Spectrum Disorders.

http://tiny.cc/Daoust

Dream content analysis in persons with an autism spectrum disorder.