- 1 Assessment and Coping Strategies
- 2 Scientific Foundations for Research and Practice
- 3 Stopping the Constant Stress
- 4 Living with Autism
- 5 Blind Tom
- 6 Is Autism a Stress Disorder?
- 7 Autism and the Physiology of Stress and Anxiety
- 8 I Can't Get Started
- 9 Therapist Insights in Working with Stress in People with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- 10 Stress and Coping among Family Members of Individuals with Autism
- 11 Communication and Stress in Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
- 12 Understanding the Role of Stress in Autism The Key to Teaching for Independence
- 13 Asperger's Syndrome and Problems Related to Stress
- 14 The Experience of Bereavement for Those with Developmental Disabilities
- 15 Diagnosis and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
(p. 3) Introduction
- (p. 3) Introduction
M. Grace Baron
, Lewis P. Lipsitt
, June Groden
, and Gerald Groden
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