A quarterly publication of the Autism Research Institute

The Autism Research Review International is quarterly publication of the Autism Research Institute

Education

Number 2, Volume 38

Playing “serious” games may benefit children, teens with ASD

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Number 2, Volume 38

Study hints that nonverbal people with ASD may have surprising grasp of written language conventions

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Number 2, Volume 38

“Earlier is better” for school programs for kids with ASD

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Number 2, Volume 38

Sensory integration therapy found beneficial for kids with ASD, related issues

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Number 1, Volume 38

Editorial – Bernard Rimland’s Impact: Sixty Years Since the Publication of ‘Infantile Autism’

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Number 1, Volume 32

Songs, familiar stories may promote better eye contact

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Number 1, Volume 32

Aquatic program shows multiple benefits

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Number 2, Volume 32

Virtual reality training program improves social skills, results in brain changes in adults with ASD

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Number 2, Volume 32

Intervention teaches children with ASD to respond correctly when lost in the community

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