Browse Feed Entries By Period: 2017
Over 8,000 works of passenger art have been created on Delta flight attendant Jewely Van Valin’s flights By Debra Muzikar After 9/11 airline passengers were more irritable because of heightened security and a reduction in amenities. Delta Air Lines’ flight attendant Jewely Van Valin wanted to …
30.12.2017 · From The Art of Autism
There are two main reasons why people are so angry about this book.Source: The Autism Site
30.12.2017 · From The Autism Site
As 2017 comes to a close, The Art of Autism looks back at memorable events of the year. We’ve compiled some highlights of happenings in the autism community and from our year at The Art of Autism. Notable Deaths 2017 was a year that saw the passing of three lights who embodied inclusion, love,…
29.12.2017 · From The Art of Autism
This month’s ASAT feature comes to us from Dr. Frank Cicero, Ph.D., BCBA, LBA. To learn more about ASAT, please visit their website at www.asatonline.org. You can also sign up for ASAT’s free newsletter, Science in Autism Treatment, and like them on Facebook! Here is the good new…
29.12.2017 · From Different Roads to Learning
2nd in the new monthly series of ‘Happy Sawyer’ By Nikki Mann I don’t think I’d realised how much Sawyer’s first 2 or 3 years had affected me emotionally until I started writing it all down, and I don’t think I’d realised until now how much my life has been changed by them. I have so many stories to…
28.12.2017 · From The Art of Autism
This is a thorough and appropriate response to those who think autism looks the same across the board.Source: The Autism Site
28.12.2017 · From The Autism Site
It wasn’t until Anna Remington had nearly finished collecting data that she uncovered the flaw in her study. A couple of years ago, Remington, then a lecturer at University College London, was investigating how people determine whether someone is trustworthy. She and her colleagues showed participan…
27.12.2017 · From Spectrum News
The post Research priorities; adult reading; prevalence update and more appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News. Source: Spectrum News
27.12.2017 · From Spectrum News
2017 – what a fabulous year! Last December I wrote that we were “ready to roll up our sleeves and take Autistry to the next level”. I am happy to report that we did just that. We received our Community Care License, became vendorized by the Golden Gate Regional Center, launched the…
27.12.2017 · From Autistry Studios
Our autism anchors, Raphael Bernier and James Mancini, nominate candidates for the hottest topic in autism research in 2017. Runners-up include biological markers in the brain, adults with autism, genetics and its counterpart — the environment. In the end, Mancini and Bernier cede to their guest, Li…
26.12.2017 · From Spectrum News
A large array of electrodes can record the activity of neurons across a wide swath of a monkey brain1. Monitoring neuronal activity in many brain regions simultaneously could reveal how that activity is altered in autism. Typical electrode arrays for recording brain activity must be fixed in place t…
26.12.2017 · From Spectrum News
The post 2017: Year in review appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News. Source: Spectrum News
25.12.2017 · From Spectrum News
We asked autism researchers to enter the Spectrum science image contest. From sensational stem-cell snapshots to a ‘furry’ close-up of the hippocampus, these are the 10 top pics. The post 2017 in pictures: Spectrum’s picks for best images appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News. Source: Sp…
25.12.2017 · From Spectrum News
Update 12/24/2017 I’m collecting favorite quotes about autism from some of my favorite people. Please share your own in the comments and if I like it, I may add it to the list. 1. “If you’ve met one person with autism, you’ve met one person with autism,” Dr. Stephen Sho…
25.12.2017 · From The Art of Autism
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