Autism and Asperger Syndrome – The facts, Simon Baron-Cohen

25 Jul

Week beginning 21st July 2013

Im really excited to get this book in the post today. Although as the semester is really starting to get into the nitty gritty I fear I wont have enough time to get into it this book as I would like to. A little flick thought showed a lot of the graphs and images from his IMAG1866lecture I included in this blog last week so I think this may be useful as a reference book. I am happy to report that, just as Baron-Cohen is easy to understand as he talks about his theories and research, the text is similarly written. The little that I have read (I couldn’t help myself), it is written in easy to understand terms.

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