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Science & Society

From funding decisions to scientific fraud, a wide range of societal factors shape autism research.

June 2019
News

Book review: ‘The Rosie Result’ crafts foolish caricatures of autism

by  /  18 June 2019

In the final installment of Graeme Simsion’s bestselling Rosie trilogy, the protagonist’s implied autism becomes explicit — and leaves our reviewer cold.

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Week of JuneJun
10th
2019
News / Spotted

Spotted around the web: Week of 10 June 2019

by  /  14 June 2019

Here is a roundup of news and research for the week of 10 June.

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close up of microscope and researcher's gloved hands
News

How Trump’s fetal-tissue policy impacts medical research

by ,  /  12 June 2019

The announcement this week that the U.S. federal government is changing its policy on the use of human fetal tissue in medical research is designed to please anti-abortion groups.

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Goofy portrait of Adam Guastella at his desk in shorts and jacket with tie
Opinion / Q&A

Beyond the bench: A conversation with Adam Guastella

by  /  11 June 2019

Clinical psychologist Adam Guastella is driven to develop treatments that work for all autistic people — and to throw birthday parties for a few of those people.

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Group of children walking in the countryside in Vietnam.
News

Large survey of children hints at true autism prevalence in Vietnam

by  /  10 June 2019

Less than 1 percent of young children in northern Vietnam have autism, but this prevalence is higher than in previous reports.

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Multimedia / Webinars

Roundtable: Camouflaging in autism

6 June 2019

Watch the complete replay of our roundtable on camouflaging in autism.

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TC Waisman during her performance
Features / Multimedia

The Story Collider presents: Stories from Spectrum

by  /  5 June 2019

The Story Collider partnered with Spectrum for a storytelling event about experiences with autism. The event took place 2 May at the Centre Phi in Montreal, to coincide with the annual meeting of the International Society for Autism Research.

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May 2019
Week of MayMay
27th
2019
News / Spotted

Spotted around the web: Week of 27 May 2019

by  /  31 May 2019

Here is a roundup of news and research for the week of 27 May.

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Illustration showing artist interpretation of experiencing psychosis
Opinion / Viewpoint

Signs of psychosis in people with autism warrant serious concern

by ,  /  28 May 2019

Many young autistic people with signs of emerging psychosis go without appropriate care.

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Opinion / Viewpoint

Autistic people with intellectual disability often excluded in studies

by  /  21 May 2019

The lack of people with intellectual disability in studies of autism has a profound effect on our understanding of the condition.

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