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Book Reviews

The Neurobiology of Autism, 2nd ed

Peter E. Tanguay, M.D.

Published: July 14, 2006

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This book is one you might give to a graduate student who is beginning a master’s or doctoral project on the neurobiology of autism. In a single volume, it reviews what one needs to know about current state-of-the-art theorizing and research in the field. I would also recommend the book to parents of persons with autism who are interested in reading a clearly written text on the latest neurobiological hypothesis on the subject.


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Volume: 67

Quick Links: Autism Spectrum Disorders , Neurodevelopmental

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