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This site is a good introduction to Asperger's Disorder (AD). It includes a description of the disorder, its epidemiology, the differences between AD and "high functioning" autism, the biology of AD, diagnostic criteria, treament, U.S. and foreign-based clinicians who evaluate individuals with AD, a bibliography of medical...
This site is a good introduction to Asperger's Disorder (AD). It includes a description of the disorder, its epidemiology, the differences between AD and "high functioning" autism, the biology of AD, diagnostic criteria, treament, U.S. and foreign-based clinicians who evaluate individuals with AD, a bibliography of medical articles relating to AD, frequently asked questions, other related sites on the Internet, books related to AD and autism, and job opportunities for individuals with AD in Ontario, Canada.
The site consisted of a front page with several links to Dr. Ozbyrak's writing on aperger's. The information was very well written, very clear and very understandable to anyone from a layperson to a professional therapist.
I am not sure that use of this website would enhance a student's learning or a faculty's teaching. It would be a good reference for a paper, but it is extremely specific and does not link to other sites regarding Asperger's or spychology in general.
The page setup is very basic. Once click takes you to the essay, and one click takes you back home. There is no navigation available within the site, but no reason to navigate either.
12 years ago
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