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An Excellent Series of Video Lectures on Autism provided by the Yale University

The Yale University offers and excellent series of video lectures on various aspects of autism. Lectures cover topics such as diagnosis, social development, recent findings from neuroimaging and electrophysiological studies, available interventions, and parental perspectives and supporting families of individuals with autism.

An Updated Evidence-based Practices for Children and Youth with Autism report from the National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorders

The National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorders has released an update on evidence-based practices for children and youth with autism. This is an essential resource for all professionals who care for children and young people with possible autism and for policy makers.

The website of Ben Goldacre

The website of Ben Goldacre, author of ‘Bad Science’ and ‘Bad Pharma’. “author, broadcaster, campaigner, medical doctor and academic who specialises in unpicking the misuse of science and statistics by journalists, politicians, quacks drug companies and more”.

Very Informative video from the Olga Tenison Research Centre discussing trends of research into early intervention

The Olga Tenison Autism Research Centre (OTARC) has a series of videos with leading autism researchers discussing recent news and developments in Autism research. In episode 4 entitled "Researching Interventions" Dr Kristelle Hudry, Dr Giacomo Vivanti and Dr John McEachin discuss the development and trends of research into early intervention.

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A Review of the research to identify the most effective models of practice in early intervention for children with autism spectrum disorders

The purpose of this review of research literature relating to the management and treatment of young children with autism is to identify the most effective models of best practice.