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Pharmacological Treatment Option for Autism Using Neuroleptic Medications

Author: 
Gordon, C.T. III
Publisher: 
Naarative; (Spring 2003)
Type: 
Article
ID: 
3729
Price: 
$0.00
Location: 
MED 59
Notes: 
An overview of medications used to treat different symptoms associates with autism. Neuroleptics are the focus of part 1 in a 2 part series.

Self Injurious Behavior

Author: 
Edelson, Stephen M., Ph.D.
Publisher: 
Center for Study of Autism; (03/20/03)
Type: 
Article
ID: 
3722
Price: 
$0.00
Location: 
BHM 62
Notes: 
Descriptive article which explains briefly that physiological and social theories of self-injurious behavior. Includes a description of self-stimulatory behavior.

How to Treat Self Injurious Behavior

Author: 
Favell, Judith; Greene, James W.
Publisher: 
Pro.Ed; (1980)
Type: 
RefMat
ID: 
3487
Price: 
$0.00
Location: 
Reference-Misc
Notes: 
Booklet in the Pro.Ed Series. This manual will provide parents, teachers and therapists with an approach for developing treatment programs for self-injurious behavior.

Neuropathological Observations in a Case of Autism Presenting with Self-Injury Behavior

Author: 
Hof, PR; Knabe, R.; Bovier, P.; Bouras, C.
Publisher: 
Acta Neuropathol; (1991)
Type: 
Article
ID: 
2904
Price: 
$0.00
Location: 
NEURO 25
Notes: 
Case report of an individual with self-injury behavior.

Self Injurious Behaviors Diagnosis and Treatment

Author: 
Gardner, William; Sovner, Robert
Publisher: 
Chess Publications; 1989 ISBN 1-884442-00-5
Type: 
Book
ID: 
440
Price: 
$16.95
Location: 
Lending Library; (2) Danvers
Notes: 
Describes the range of biomedical and psychosocial conditions involved in the etiology and maintenance of self-injurious behaviors.

Law and Order Episode on Aversion Therapy April 1995

Author: 
None
Publisher: 
None
Type: 
Video
ID: 
159
Price: 
$19.95
Location: 
Video 056 Lending Library; Danvers

Sensory Perspective on Self Injurious Behavior

Author: 
Reisman, Judith
Publisher: 
None
Type: 
Audio
ID: 
608
Price: 
$10.00
Location: 
Audio 068 Lending Library; Danvers
Library: 

Anatomy of Self-Injurious, Stereotypic, and Aggressive Movements: Evid ence

Author: 
Gedye, A.
Publisher: 
Journal of Clinical Psychology, Nov. 1992, Vol. 48, No. 6
Type: 
Article
ID: 
2098
Price: 
$0.00
Location: 
BHM 23

Within-Session Patterns of Self-Injury as Indicators of Behavioral Fun ctio

Author: 
Vollmer, Timothy R.; Iawata, Brian A.; Zarcone, Jennifer A.; et. al.
Publisher: 
Research in Developmental Disabilities, Vol. 14, pp. 479-492, 1993
Type: 
Article
ID: 
2094
Price: 
$0.00
Location: 
BHM 28
Notes: 
Functional analysis assessment procedures have proven to be highly useful in identifying variables, maintaining aberrant behavior like self-injury.

Evidence of Serotonergic Reduction of Self-Injurious Movements

Author: 
Gedye, A.
Publisher: 
Habilitative Mental Healthcare Newsletter Volume 12(4):53-56, July/August, 1993
Type: 
Article
ID: 
1719
Price: 
$0.00
Location: 
NEURO 10
Notes: 
There is increasing evidence that serotogenic treatments markedly reduce self-injurious movements such as head-banging, self-hitting and self-biting in some developmentally delayed individuals.

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