[autism,social,treatment] The Handbook of Autism: a Guide for Parents and Professionals (London: Travistock/Routledge, 1991). This book is not about autism but is an important reference in psychological practice. [autism,disability,bibliography] Tales from the Table: Five Accounts of Lovaas Intervention With Children on the Autistic Spectrum (Jessica Kingsley Pub, forthcoming). Our Journey Through High Functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome: A Roadmap (Jessica Kingsley Pub, 2001).Note that there have been numerous changes since DSM III which affect the diagnoses of Autism and related disorders. ISBN: 0890420629 (paperback, 886 pages, June 1994); ISBN: 0890420610 (hardcover, 886 pages, July 1994). ISBN: 1843103060 (paperback, 160 pages, due 5/15/2006). Forewords by Tony Attwood and Liane Holliday Willey. [autism,aspergers,account] Voices from the Spectrum: Parents, Grandparents, Siblings, People With Autism, And Professionals Share Their Wisdom (Jessica Kingsley Pub, forthcoming).Note that there are some books which I thought might be about autism but was not certain: they do carry this label, but have a comment to the effect that I'm not sure. Paperback, 155 pages, also saw publisher listed as Imaginart. [autism,psychoanalysis] Autism And Personality; Findings From The Tavistock Autism Workshop (Routledge, 1999).
This is a memoir of some of her own soul searching. From the Conference at University fo Durham, April 1-3 1996.[autism,medical,reference] Mental retardation: an abstracted bibliography, 1971-1980 (Washington, D. [autism,account,behavioral] Teaching Community Skills and Behaviors to Students with Autism or Related Problems of Communication and Social Interaction. ISBN: 1843107864 (paperback, 256 pages, due 2/15/2006).[autism,account,family] The Spiral Staircase: My Climb Out of Darkness (Knopf, 2004).Each entry has key words which indicate whether the book is specifically about autism.If you read this online, the ISBN numbers are links to which might offer the book for sale.
At the time I'm writing this (2/00), I have titles for between 600 and 700 books specifically dedicated to Autism and I seldom add a book to the list because the vast majority of times that I see a reference or citation to a book, it is already in the list.