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  • Book review: "Neurotribes" recovers lost history of autism
    25 August 2015
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    Steve Silberman’s new book, “Neurotribes,” recounts his 15-year quest to understand "the legacy of autism."

  • A curious experience
    10 February 2015
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    The acclaimed Broadway play "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" gives theatergoers dazzling insight into one boy’s unusual experience of the world.

  • Book review: Meet one person with autism
    15 November 2013
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    Taken at face value, a new translated memoir by a child with severe autism suggests that our official consensus needs a rethink, writes clinical psychologist William Mandy.


  • Documentary review: 'Le Mur' ('The Wall')
    28 February 2012
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    The French documentary Le Mur (The Wall) shows that many psychoanalysts in France shun biological explanations for autism.

  • Book review: Autism's twisted immune links, untangled
    2 January 2012
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    Research on the immune system’s link to autism and other psychiatric disorders is rich and varied — from massive epidemiological studies of twins and pregnant women, to the screening of immune molecules in amniotic fluid and postmortem studies of brain inflammation. In his new book, Paul Patterson lays out this complicated work clearly and concisely, with little editorializing.