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Thu Feb 5 2004

Books: Cognitive Science: Frith

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  1. jobrien, Autism: Frith

Message 1: Autism: Frith

Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2004 13:07:20 -0500 (EST)
From: jobrien <>
Subject: Autism: Frith

Title: Autism
Subtitle: Explaining the Enigma - 2nd Edition
Series Title: Cognitive Development
Publication Year: 2003
Publisher: Blackwell Publishing		 
Book URL: 

Author: Uta Frith, University College, London 

Hardback: ISBN: 0631229000, Pages: 264, Price: $62.95
	 Comment: 27 figures 
Paperback: ISBN: 0631229019, Pages: 264, Price: $26.95
	 Comment: 27 figures

The updated edition of this classic account of autism includes a new
chapter outlining recent developments in neuropsychological research,
and overviews one of the most important theoretical and practical
consequences of Frith's original insights into this puzzling

-Updated edition of this classic account of autism.

-Includes new sections covering practical and theoretical
 developments, and a chapter on recent investigations of the
 neurological basis of psychological impairments in autism.

-Accessible to a broad general readership.

Lingfield(s):	Cognitive Science 			 

Written In:	English (Language Code: ENG)

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