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I would not mind assembling a list of the 20 or 50 most valuable articles if I knew how to choose them.

Karen Armstrong has written other books about religion. [autism,proceedings] Therapeutic Intervention in Autism: Perspectives from Research and Practice. Proceedings from the 1996 conference of the Autism Research Unit of the University of Sunderland.

This is a memoir of some of her own soul searching. From the Conference at University fo Durham, April 1-3 1996.

These entries are from e-mail, online book lists, and the bibliographies included in books and papers.

This will always be a work in progress in that I am constantly adding to it and correcting it.

Autism: A Social Skills Approach for Children and Adolescents (Winslow, 1998). [autism,parent,intro] The handbook of autism: a guide for parents and professionals, revised and updated 2nd edition (Routledge, 1999). ISBN: 041514602X (paperback, 256 pages); ISBN: 0415146011 (hardcover). [autism,music] Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM-IV-TR, 4th edition (American Psychiatric Association, 2000). ISBN: 0890420246 (hardcover, 943 pages); ISBN: 0890420254 (paperback, 943 pages, American Psychiatric Association, 2000).

ISBN: 0863882021 (paperback, 104 pages); ISBN: 0863883192 (paperback, Speechmark Publishing, 2001). ISBN: 0415160359 (paperback, 264 pages); ISBN: 0415160340 (hardcover, 264 pages); ISBN: 0203190793 . [autism,proceedings] Music therapy for the autistic child, 2nd ed (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991). [autism,medical,reference] DSM IV: Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (4th edition) (Washington: American Psychiatric Press, 1987).

Opinions are generally included like this: "Reader: great book on educational issues." I maintain this list in Unix bib format, then convert it to HTML and the format used in the AUTISM FAQ Memo.

I am updating the list constantly, so changes have been made to it since the writing of this introduction.

At the time I'm writing this (2/00), I have titles for between 600 and 700 books specifically dedicated to Autism and I seldom add a book to the list because the vast majority of times that I see a reference or citation to a book, it is already in the list.

I now estimate that there are no more than 1000 such books in all, which is why I can tackle the creation, correction and maintenance of this list in my spare time.

Each entry has key words which indicate whether the book is specifically about autism.