• Updated Bibliography

    Communication

    Baggs, A M. "Being a Spatial Thinker: One Kind of Autistic Thought." Autistics.org. 1999. 26 Sept. 2008 .

    Caron, M J, L. Mottron, C. Rainville, and S. Chouinard. "Do High Functioning Persons with Autism Present Superior Spatial Abilities?" Neuropsychologia 42 (2004): 467-81.

    Cole, C., Arndt, K. Autism in L. Phelps, eds, Health-Related Disorders in Children and Adolescents. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. 1998. 82-92.

    Durand, V M, and E G Carr. "Social influences on "self-stimulatory" behavior: analysis and treatment application." Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 20 (1987): 119-32.

    Edgin, Jamie O., and Bruce F. Pennington. "Spatial Cognition in Autism Spectrum Disorders: Superior, Impaired, or Just Intact?" Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 35 (2005): 729-45.

    Foxx, R M, and N H Azrin. "The elimination of autistic self-stimulatory behavior by overcorrection." Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 6 (1973): 1-14.

    Harris, S L, and S A Wolchik. "Suppression of self-stimulation: three alternative strategies." Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 12 (1979): 185-98.

    Koegel, Robert L., and Andrea Covert. "The relationship of self-stimulation to learning in autistic children." Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 5 (1972): 381-87.

    Koegel, Robert L., Paula B. Firestone, Kenneth W. Framme, and Glen Dunlap. "Increasing spontaneous play by suppressing self-stimulation in autistic children." Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 7 (1974): 521-28.

    Pagliaro, Jamie. "Autism and the NYCA." Open House. NYCA, New York. 24 Oct. 2008.

    Poggi, Margaret. "Interview with Margaret Poggi." Personal interview. 21 Oct. 2008.

    Reddy, Linda A., Charles E. Schaeffer, and Tara M. Hall. Empirically Based Play Interventions for Children. New York, NY: American Psychological Association, 2005. 215-39.

    Stahmer, A C, and L. Schreibman. "Teaching children with autism appropriate play in unsupervised environments using a self-management treatment package." Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 25 (1992): 447-59.

    Wolman, David. "The Truth About Autism: Scientists Reconsider what they Think they Know." Wired Feb. 2008. Wired. 02 Feb. 2008. 26 Sept. 2008.

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