Presentacion en adultos S de Asperger Patricia Howlin


 

Patricia Howlin is Professor of Clinical Child Psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, London, whose principal research interests focus on autism and developmental disorders includingWilliams syndrome, developmental language disorders and Fragile X.[1][2][3]

Howlin is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society,[4] who has served as Chair of the UK Association of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and the Society for the Study of Behavioural Phenotypes[1] She is a founding editor of the journal Autism.[4][5]

What does the future hold for adults with autism?

http://rencontres-scientifiques.cnsa.fr/archive/2012/pdf/A3_Patricia%20Howlin.pdf

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Publicado el 27 de ene. de 2014

PRESENTACIÓN DEL SINDROME DE ASPERGER EN EL ADULTO.
I Congreso Internacional . Barcelona 2006
Patrica Howlin . Ph.D. Lecturer at the Department of Psychology, St George’s Hospital Medical School. London
Discusor : Maria Llorente
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Que es el síndrome de Asperger. Pilar Martin Borreguero


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Publicado el 3 de sept. de 2013

Ponencia en las I Jornadas sobre S. de Asperger y Educacion Sevilla 2004

Asociacion Asperger Andalucia/Federacion

 

Janis Sharp #FreeGary


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“in a time of universal deceit, speaking the truth becomes a rebellious act”

 

http://www.janissharp.com/

“Saving Gary McKinnon: A Mother’s Story” by Janis Sharp, book publishing date 17th September 2013

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Best wishes to Gary and Janis…

http://freegary.org.uk/

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