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The Many Faces of Asperger"s Syndrome (The Tavistock Clinic Series)

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Published by Karnac Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychiatry,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Autism,
  • diagnosis,
  • Psychology,
  • Special Education - Learning Disabled,
  • Psychopathology - General,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Pathological Psychology,
  • Asperger"s syndrome,
  • Asperger Syndrome,
  • Case Reports,
  • Child

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMaria Rhode (Editor), Trudy Klauber (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8994124M
    ISBN 101855759306
    ISBN 109781855759305


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This is a book for parents, teachers, psychiatrists, psychotherapists--indeed all who live or work with those affected by Asperger’s syndrome." (Edna O’Shaughnessy) "The enigma of Asperger’s syndrome has attracted some of the best minds in Child Psychiatry and Psychology, Genetics and Neuroscience.

This is a book for parents, teachers, psychiatrists, psychotherapists - indeed all who live or work with those affected by Asperger's syndrome.' - Edna O'Shaughnessy 'The enigma of Asperger's syndrome has attracted some of the best minds in Child Psychiatry and Psychology, Genetics and Neuroscience.

The Many Faces of Asperger's Syndrome by Trudy Klauber, Maria Rhode. NOOK Book (eBook) $ $ Save 12% Current price is $, Original price is $ You Save 12%. This is the first book on the psychoanalytic treatment of children, young people and adults with Asperger’s syndrome.

It includes multidisciplinary Author: Trudy Klauber. 1st Edition Published on Decem by Routledge This is the first book on the psychoanalytic treatment of children, young people and adults with Asperge The Many Faces of Asperger's Syndrome - 1st Edition - Trudy Klauber.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Asperger's syndrome and Autism: distinct syndromes with important similarities / David Simpson --A psychological perspective on theories of Asperger's syndrome / Sally Hodges --A child psychotherapist's commentary on Hans Asperger's paper, "'Autistic.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Doctors used to think of Asperger's as a separate condition. But inthe newest edition of the standard book that mental health experts use, called The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of.

The Complete Guide to Asperger's Syndrome is the definitive handbook for anyone affected by Asperger's syndrome (AS). It brings together a wealth of information on all aspects of the syndrome for children through to g on case studies and personal accounts from Attwood's extensive clinical experience, and from his correspondence with individuals with AS, this book Reviews: Gunilla Gerland (born 13 July ) is a Swedish author, lecturer and debater on the topic of Asperger syndrome.

Biography. Gunilla Gerland was born in Stockholm, Sweden, 13 July Her father left the family, and her mother became a mentally-ill alcoholic. Her autobiography entitled A Real Person: Life on the Outside (original Swedish title: En Riktig. / Special Education Books / Learning Disability Books.

The Many Faces of Asperger's Syndrome. Specifications. Series Title: Tavistock Clinic (Karnac) Publisher: Routledge, Taylor and Francis. Book Format: Paperback. Original Languages: English.

Number of Pages: Author: Trudy Klauber. Spread the loveWe came across many famous people with Asperger’s Syndrome while researching for our recent blogs on autism and neurodiversity.

We found + Asperger’s famous people and even with a bit of overlap, there are lots of new faces too. Our family love this book, we have an Asperger's Son and a recently diagnosed Asperger's Daughter. This book provides a brilliant insight into the world of the Asperger's girl, with practical advice for parents and the Aspergirls themselves.

A very useful tool and I would highly recommend it. The book is full of knowledge and true life stories of those affected by Aspergers.

(Spectrum Magazine) This comprehensive guide to understanding Asperger's Syndrome is easy to read. It has a very practical approach and will appeal to young people with Aspergers Syndrome, parents, carers and professionals s: Asperger syndrome (AS), also known as Asperger's, is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by significant difficulties in social interaction and nonverbal communication, along with restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior and interests.

As a milder autism spectrum disorder (ASD), it differs from other ASDs by relatively normal language and intelligence.

Asperger syndrome is part of the autism spectrum disorder (ASD), a group of disorders that affects the development of social and communication skills. Unlike many children with ASD, children with Asperger syndrome do not have early language delays, and often have well developed language skills and normal to above average intelligence.

Stigma: The Many Faces of Mental Illness Paperback – J by Joy Bruce M.D. (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Joy Bruce M.D. 'Asperger's Children' is an important book that uncovers a history of Hans Asperger, who despite his late support for children with disabilities was complicit in the deaths of many others during.

Aspergirls: Empowering Females with Asperger Syndrome is a non-fiction book written by American author Rudy was published in by Jessica Kingsley book is about females who have Asperger syndrome and their experiences.

It was written to help girls and women who have been diagnosed with Asperger's. Autism and Asperger's syndrome have many faces - with this wonderful book, we get to see 38 of them.

Readers are treated to a showcase of different aspects of living with autism through short vignettes (organized into sections titled `Dignity', `Hope', `Opportunity' and `Love') and brilliant photographs by s: 7. Introduction. Wing’s 1 seminal paper in describing Asperger syndrome spearheaded a concerted revival of research interest.

In contending that Asperger syndrome and autism were similar, Wing disagreed with Asperger, who had regarded Asperger syndrome as distinct from Kanner’s autism. 2 – 4 Three decades later, we have come full circle to the very same question.

Autism and a closely related condition, Asperger Syndrome, are characterized by impairments in social functioning and interactions. Difficulty recognizing other people by their faces is also one of the characteristics of these disorders.

“This finding is very compelling since it fits with our clinical experience of autism,” Schultz said. The mirror neuron system (MNS) theory hypothesizes that alterations to the development of the MNS interfere with imitation and lead to Asperger's core feature of social impairment.[32][34] For example, one study found that activation is delayed in the core circuit for imitation in individuals with Aspergers syndrome.[35].

Intimate relationships can provide rewarding connections and challenging experiences. A partner might be the first person to identify Asperger traits in an individual who has been successful in other areas of life. Intimate relationships can be hard for anyone, but they are especially challenging when partners have different perspectives, communication.

Asperger's original clinical description inthe area of transport has seemed to be a particularly common fascination (he described children who memorized the tram lines in Vienna down to the last stop).

Many children with AS, as young as three years old, seem to be unusually aware of things such as the route taken on car trips. The Hero with a Thousand Faces (first published in ) is a work of comparative mythology by Joseph Campbell, in which the author discusses his theory of the mythological structure of the journey of the archetypal hero found in world myths.

Since the publication of The Hero with a Thousand Faces, Campbell's theory has been consciously applied by a wide variety of. ADULTS WITH ASPERGER SYNDROME. Asperger's syndrome is at the milder end of the autism spectrum, and naturally there will be a variation of difficulties experienced by adults with may face chronic unemployment and emotional issues, while others may generally cope very well in a non-autistic world and succeed in work, family life and other.

Asperger's syndrome (AS), is a neurobiological disorder affecting several areas of one’s development in contrast with Autism.

Asperger Syndrome is commonly referred to as a form of "high-functioning" autism. Individuals with Asperger's are considered to have a higher intellectual capacity while suffering from a lower social capacity.

Reading about Asperger’s in a book or articles generally makes it seem that Asperger’s is a clear cut, well defined and easily identifiable condition. In truth, people with Asperger’s behave in many different ways and not always exactly how it is defined.

In many cases, it is not until a child enters a pre-school setting and direct comparisons with other children are made, either by the child’s parents or professionals that any question of developmental delay is raised.

The average age of diagnosis of asd is years and for Asperger Syndrome is years. Online Book Club for Adults Anywhere The Online "Open" AANE Book Club for Adults started through a partnership between the Asperger/Autism Network and the Nashua Public Library (Nashua NH).

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this book club now meets online and is open to any post-high school adult with an Asperger/autism or related profile.

The Karolinska Directed Emotional Faces—KDEF [CD-ROM] Stockholm, Sweden: Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Psychology section, Karolinska Institute; Macintosh KE, Dissanayake C.

Annotation: The similarities and differences between autistic disorder and Asperger's disorder: A review of the empirical evidence. Asperger syndrome is considered by many to be the mildest form of ASD and is synonymous with the most highly functioning individuals with ASD.

Two core features of autism are: a) social and communication deficits and b) fixated interests and repetitive behaviors. Title: Mozart and the Whale Authors: Jerry and Mary Newport This book takes the perspective of an eleven year old boy who has Asperger Syndrome. It gives a positive approach to families who are personally affected.

Asperger syndrome (often Asperger's syndrome) is a form of autism spectrum affects the way in which a person understands, talks and acts with other people.

A person who has Asperger syndrome may not fit in well with other people, and may be unable to act like everyone else in different social situations. Neurotypical (or NT) is a term that was coined in. While researching and trying to make sense of the last 13 years of my life I came across so many differing personality types, none of which fit my ex until I came across Asperger’s or High Functioning Autism as it is now known.

AS fit my ex like a glove, the lack of warmth, affection, conversation and poor social interactions he was classic AS. The term, Asperger’s syndrome, is widely recognized these days but few people know what the man who discovered this condition actually said about it.

In the years since this Viennese pediatrician published his findings inmany of Hans Asperger’s concepts have been modified, overlooked, neglected or discarded, often to our detriment.Book.

Asperger syndrome. Nonprofit Organization. Suicide and Aspergers/ High Functioning Autism. Education Website. My Life With Asperger's. TV Show. A blog about living with Asperger's Syndrome and Parenting Children with Asperger's Syndrome. Rounding up A blog about living with Asperger's Syndrome and Parenting Children with.Asperger’s syndrome hasn’t been an official diagnosis since The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association (DSM-V) was published that year and declared that anyone who’d been diagnosed with Asperger’s — a mild, high-functioning form of autism — should be diagnosed instead with autism spectrum disorder.