Online Communities and Autism Publications
This page provides details of a limited selection of publications on online communities and people on the autism spectrum. For more publications on this topic please see entries on online communities in our publications database.
If you know of any other publications we should include please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the details. Thank you.
Please note that Research Autism is unable to supply publications unless we are listed as the publisher. However, if you are a UK resident you may be able to obtain them from your local public library, your college library, the National Autistic Society's Library (Open in new window) or direct from the publisher.
O'Dell L., Brownlow C. (2009)
Representations of autism: implications for community healthcare practice.
Clifford T., Minnes P. (2013)
Logging on: Evaluating an online support group for parents of children with autism spectrum disorders.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.
Fleischmann A. (2005)
The hero's story and autism: grounded theory study of websites for parents of children with autism.
Intersections between the autism spectrum and the internet: perceived benefits and preferred functions of computer-mediated communication.
Intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Lorence D. (2007)
Examining online chat within a domain of uncertainty: the case of Asperger's syndrome.
Health Information and Libraries Journal.
NHS Choices (2016)
Do I need vitamin supplements?
National Health Service
Roffeei S. H. M., Abdullah N., Basar S. K. R. (2015)
Seeking social support on Facebook for [parents of] children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs).
International Journal of Medical Informatics.
Wentz E., Nyden A., Krevers B. (2012)
Development of an internet-based support and coaching model for adolescents and young adults with ADHD and autism spectrum disorders: a pilot study.
European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
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