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BN ID: 2940014249768
Publisher: Auricle Ink Publishers
Publication date: 01/02/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 182
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

(Editor) Lars Perner, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor of Clinical Marketing at the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California, from which he holds a Ph.D. in Marketing. His research interests focus on consumer behavior, non-profit marketing and fundraising, and “win-win” deals.

Darold Treffert, M.D. is presently a clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin and has appeared on many TV news programs. He has published two books and been a contributor to numerous articles in professional journals.

Dawn Prince, Ph.D. went from being a homeless teenager with no direction to eventually studying primates and earning her Ph.D. in interdisciplinary anthropology in 1997 from the Universität Herisau in Switzerland.

Stephen Shore, Ed.D. is assistant professor at the Ammon School of Education at Adelphi University where he focuses his research and teaching on matching best practices to the needs of people with autism.

Liane Holliday-Willey, Ed.D. is author of four books on Asperger syndrome including the international bestseller “Pretending to be Normal: Living with Asperger’s Syndrome.” She serves on a number of boards.

Valerie Paradiz, PhD. designs curricula and programs for people with Autism Spectrum and related conditions and is author of several books including “Elijah's Cup.” Dr. Paradiz leads trainings in the disability fields and consults nationally and internationally.

Nick Walker, M.A is adjunct faculty member in the Interdisciplinary Studies program and a Ph.D. candidate in Transformative Studies working on a dissertation on neurodiversity, creativity and somatics.

Dena Gassner, MSW began advocating in the autism community in 1989 with the birth of her second child, a son who was diagnosed with autism. She’s an award-winning advocate most recently (2009) receiving the Jo Andrews Award.

Temple Grandin, Ph.D. is a New York Times bestselling author and in 2010, the HBO film “Temple Grandin” won seven Emmy Awards. She is currently a professor of animal sciences at Colorado State University where she continues her research.

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