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A practical guide to social interaction research in autism spectrum disorders

Author: Michelle O'Reilly; Jessica Nina Lester; Tom Muskett
Publisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2017.
Series: Language of mental health (Series)
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This book introduces a novel approach for examining language and communication in autism spectrum disorder (ASD) - discourse and conversation analysis. The authors offer a set of very different perspectives on these complex issues than are typically presented in psychological and clinical work. Emerging from a range of social scientific fields, discourse and conversation analysis involve fine-grained qualitative  Read more...
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O'Reilly, Michelle.
A Practical Guide to Social Interaction Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders.
London : Palgrave Macmillan UK, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michelle O'Reilly; Jessica Nina Lester; Tom Muskett
ISBN: 9781137592361 1137592362 1137592354 9781137592354
OCLC Number: 1012883361
Description: 1 online resource (XXI, 362 pages) : 8 illustrations, 6 illustrations in color.
Contents: Introduction : mental health, mental illness, and a critical position on autism spectrum disorder / Michelle O'Reilly, Jessica Nina Lester, Tom Muskett --
Autism spectrum disorder : an introduction / Khalid Karim --
Social constructionism, autism spectrum disorder, and the discursive approaches / Michelle O'Reilly, Jessica Nina Lester --
Naturally occurring data versus researcher generated data / Jessica Nina Lester, Tom Muskett, Michelle O'Reilly --
Using conversation analysis to assess the language and communication of people on the autism spectrum : a case-based tutorial / Tom Muskett --
Understanding the autistic individual : a practical guide to discourse analysis / Charlotte Brownlow, Lindsay O'Dell, Tanya Machin --
Conversation analysis with children with an autism spectrum disorder and limited verbal ability / Paul Dickerson, Ben Robins --
Student and supervisor experiences of learning and teaching conversation analysis and discursive psychology for autism spectrum disorder focused research : a reflective approach / Cordet Smart, Katie Denman --
The interaction is the work : rehabilitating risk in a forensic patient with autism spectrum disorder and learning disability / Sushie Dobbinson --
Children's use of "I don't know" during clinical evaluations for autism spectrum disorder : responses to emotion questions / Trini Stickle, Waverly Duck, Douglas W. Maynard --
Discursive methods and the cross-linguistic study of ASD : a conversation analysis case study of repetitive language in a Malay-speaking chil / Nor Azrita Mohamed Zain, Tom Muskett, Hilary Gardner --
Conversation analysis : a tool for analysing interactional difficulties faced by children with Asperger's syndrome / Johanna Rendle-Short --
Animating characters and experiencing selves : a look at adolescents with autism spectrum disorder constructing fictional storyboards with typically developing peers / Kristen Bottema-Beutel, Laura Sterponi, Rebecca Louick.
Series Title: Language of mental health (Series)
Responsibility: Michelle O'Reilly, Jessica Nina Lester, Tom Muskett, editors.

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This book introduces a novel approach for examining language and communication in autism spectrum disorder (ASD) - discourse and conversation analysis. The authors offer a set of very different perspectives on these complex issues than are typically presented in psychological and clinical work. Emerging from a range of social scientific fields, discourse and conversation analysis involve fine-grained qualitative analysis of naturally-occurring, rather than laboratory-based, interaction, enabling broad applications. Presented in two parts, this innovative volume first provides a set of pedagogical chapters to develop the reader's knowledge and skills in using these approaches, before moving to showcase the use of discursive methods through a range of original contributions from world-leading scholars, drawn from a range of disciplines including sociology, academic and clinical psychology, speech and language therapy, critical disability studies and social theory, and medicine and psychiatry.

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