Autism Books - 1977

J. Budde, ed.
Advocacy and autism (University of Kansas Press, 1977). [autism,advocacy]
Edith Fairman Cooper.
Autistic children: background information and legislative concern (Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1977). Part of the series Major studies and issue briefs of the congressional research service. 35 pages. On microfilm. [autism,legal,se]
Selma Fraiberg.
Insights from the Blind (Basic Books, 1977). A psychoanalytic book on blind children with autism. ISBN: 0465033180 . [autism,disability,psychoanalysis]
Barbara Furneaux & Brian Robers, ed.
Autistic Children: teaching, community and research approaches (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1977). Alson Boston. ISBN: 0710087047 (193 pages). [autism]
Karen Kaplan-Fitzgerald.
Reach me, teach me: a public school program for the autistic child: A handbook for teachers and administrators (Academic Therapy Publications, 1977). ISBN: 087879171X (80 pages). [autism,se]
G. W. LaVigna & Anne M. Donnellan, ed.
Educating persons with autism (California Department of Health/Telecommunications service, 1977). [autism,se]
Ole Ivar Lovaas.
The autistic child: Language development through behavior modification (New York: Irvington Publishers, Inc., 1977). 246 pages. ISBN: 0470150653 ; ISBN: 9996508846 ; ISBN: 0829002537 . [autism]
Mira Rothenberg.
Children with emerald eyes: histories of extraordinary boys and girls (New York: Dial Press, 1977). About a third of the book concerns autism. ISBN: 1556434480 (paperback, 295 pages, North Atlantic Books, 2003); ISBN: 0671433806 ; ISBN: 0385270275 (Doubleday); ISBN: 0525482865 (E. P. Dutton). [autism,account,psychoanalysis]
Lorna Selfe.
Nadia: a case of extraordinary drawing ability in an autistic child (London: Academic Press, 1977). Also New York. 137 pages. About a three year old girl with the ability to draw realistic pictures, who lost the ability when she started to talk at six. Includes examples of the pictures. ISBN: 0126357501 ; ISBN: 0156653206 . [autism,account]