Uta Frith - Nonfiction
Uta Frith is associated with the Institute of Cognitive Neurscience
of University College London.
She is a well known researcher of Autism, Asperger's Syndrome and
other cignitive disorders.
Prof. Uta Frith
- Uta Frith, ed.
- Autism and Asperger's Syndrome
(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991).
Also New York. Reprinted 1994. 247 pages. Reader: a good book on Asperger Syndrome. Includes chapter: The autobiographical writings of three Asperger syndrome adults" by Happe.
ISBN: 052138608X (paperback); ISBN: 0521384486 (hardcover).
- Uta Frith.
- Autism: Explaining the Enigma
(Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1989).
Recommended by some AUTISM-list participants as a good introduction to autism. See also 2003 2nd edition. http://www.blackwellpublishers.co.uk/scripts/webbooke.idc?ISBN=0631168249
ISBN: 0631168249 (paperback, 204 pages, Cambridge, MA, 1991).
- Uta Frith.
- Autism: Explaining the Enigma, 2nd edition
ISBN: 0631229000 (hardcover, 249 pages); ISBN: 0631229019 (paperback, 249 pages).
- Rab A. Houston & Uta Frith.
- Autism in History: The Case of Hugh Blair of Borgue C. 1708-1765
(Blackwell Pub, 2000).
Examination of Hugh Blair, eighteenth century Scottish landowner who appears to have been autistic.
ISBN: 0631220887 (hardcover, 224 pages); ISBN: 0631220895 (paperback, 224 pages).
Autism non-fiction books by Uta Frith.