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Ahn, L. v. and L. Dabbish (2004). Labeling images with a computer game. CHI.

Baron, M. G., L. P. Lipsitt, and M. S. Goodwin (2006). “Scientific foundations for research and practice.” In Stress and Coping in Autism, G. Baron, J. Groden, G. Groden, L. Lipsitt (Eds).  New York, Oxford University Press: 53-92

Baron-Cohen, S. (1997). "Is there a link between engineering and autism?" Autism: 153-163.

Baron-Cohen, S. (2002). "The extreme male brain theory of autism." Trends in Cognitive Science 6: 248-254.

Baron-Cohen, S. (2006). "The hyper-systemizing, assortative mating theory of autism." Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry 30: 865–872.

Baron-Cohen, S., O. Golan, S. Wheelwright and J. J. Hill (2004). Mind Reading: The Interactive Guide to Emotions. London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Baron-Cohen, S. and A. Klin (2006). "What's so special about Asperger syndrome?" Brain and Cognition 61: 1-4.

Baron-Cohen, S., R. C. Knickmeyer and M. K. Belmonte (2005). "Sex Differences in the Brain: Implications for Explaining Autism." Science 310: 819-823.

Baron-Cohen, S. and S. Wheelwright (2004). "The Empathy Quotient: An Investigation of Adults with Asperger Syndrome or High Functioning Autism, and Normal Sex Differences." Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 34(2).

Baron-Cohen, S., S. Wheelwright, J. J. Hill, Y. Raste and I. Plumb (2001). "The “Reading the Mind in the Eyes” Test-Revised version: A study with normal adults, and adults with Asperger syndrome or high-functioning autism." Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 42: 241-251.

Bishop, J. (2003). "The Internet for educating individuals with social impairments." Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 19: 546-556.

Blocher, K. and R. W. Picard (2002). Affective Social Quest:  Emotion Recognition Therapy for Autistic Children (Chapter 16). Socially Intelligent Agents - Creating Relationships with Computers and Robots. K. Dautenhahn, A. Bond, L. Canamero and B. Edmonds. The Netherlands, Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Breazeal, C., D. Buchsbaum, J. Gray, D. Gatenby and B. Blumberg (2005). Learning from and about Others: Towards Using Imitation to Bootstrap the Social Understanding of Others by Robots. Artificial Life. L. Rocha and F. A. e. Costa. 11(1-2): 1-32.

Cheng, L., G. Kimberly and F. Orlich (2003). KidTalk: Online Therapy for Asperger’s Syndrome, Social Computing Group, Microsoft Research.

Coyle, C. and P. Cole (2004). "A videotaped self-modeling and self-monitoring treatment program to decrease off-task behavior in children with autism." Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability 29: 3-15.

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Dobson, K. (2005). Wearable body organs: critical cognition becomes (again) somatic. Proceedings of the 5th conference on Creativity & cognition

el Kaliouby, R., R. W. Picard and S. Baron-Cohen (in press). Affective Computing and Autism. Progress in Convergence. W. S. Bainbridge and M. C. Roco, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

Fling, E. (2000). Eating an Artichoke: A Mother's Perspective on Asperger Syndrome, Jessica Kingsley Publisher.

Frith, U. (2001). "Mind Blindness and the Brain in Autism - a Review." Neuron 32: 969-979.

Gallese, V. (2006). "Intentional attunement: A neurophysiological perspective on social cognition and its disruption in autism." Brain research 1079: 15-24.

Gallese, V. and A. Goldman (1998). "Mirror neurons and the simulation theory of mind-reading." Trends in Cognitive Science 2(12): 493 - 501.

Golan, O., S. Baron-Cohen, J. J. Hill and Y. Golan (2006). ""Reading the Mind in Films”—Testing recognition of complex emotions and mental states in adults with and without autism spectrum conditions." Social Neuroscience 1(2): 111 - 123.

Goodwin, M. S., J. Groden, W. Velicer, L. P. Lipsitt, M. G. Baron, S. G. Hoffman and G. Groden (2006). Cardiovascular Arousal in Individuals with Autism.

Grandin, T. (2000). "My Mind is a Web Browser: How People with Autism Think." Cerebrum 2(1): 14-22.

Grandin, T. and M. Scariano (1986). Emergence, Labeled Autistic, Arena Press.

Haddon, M. (2004). The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, Jonathan Cape.

Happé, F. (1999). "Autism: cognitive deficit or cognitive style?" Trends in Cognitive Sciences 3(6): 216-222.

Hayes, G. R. and G. D. Abowd (2006). Tensions in Designing Capture Technologies for an Evidence-Based Care Community. Proceedings of CHI’06.

Helper, A. N. (2003). "The other side of the story " Psychiatric Times 20 (6).

Hirose, M., R. Kijima, S. K and N. K (1997). Development of a Virtual Sand Box: An Application of Virtual Environment for Psychological Treatment. Virtual Reality in Neuro-Psycho-Physiology: Cognitive, Clinical and Methodological Issues in Assessment and Treatment. G. Riva.

Hirstein, W., P. Iversen and V. S. Ramachandran (2001). Automatic Response of Autistic Children to People and Objects. Royal Society, London, England.

Klin, A. and W. Jones (2006). "Attributing social and physical meaning to ambiguous visual displays in individuals with higher-functioning autism spectrum disorders." Brain and Cognition(61): 40-53.

Klin, A., W. Jones, R. Schultz and F. Volkmar (2003). "The enactive mind, or from actions to cognition: lessons from autism." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B(358): 345-360.

Klin, A., W. Jones, R. Schultz, F. Volkmar and D. Cohen (2002). "Visual fixation patterns during viewing of naturalistic social situations as predictors of social competence in individuals with autism." Archives of General Psychiatry 59: 809-816.

Kozima, H., Nakagawa, C. and Yaasuda, Y. (2005). Interactive Robots for Communication-Care: A Case Study in Autism Therapy. Proceedings of Ro-Man.

Lewis, M. H., and J. W. Bodfish (1998).  “Repetitive behaviour disorders in autism.” Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews 4: 80-89

Meltzoff, A. N. (2005). Imitation and other minds: The "Like Me" hypothesis. Perspectives on imitation: From cognitive neuroscience to social science S. Hurley and N. Chater. Cambridge, MIT Press: 55-77.

Meltzoff, A. N. (2007). "‘Like me’: a foundation for social cognition." Developmental Science 10(1): 126-134.

Minshew, N. J. and G. Goldstein (1998). "Autism as a disorder of complex information processing." Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews 4(2): 129-136.

Moon, E. (2003). The Speed of Dark, Ballantine Books.

Mueller, F., F. Vetere, M. R. Gibbs, J. Kjeldskov, S. Pedell and S. Howard (2005). Hug over a distance. CHI.

Ozonoff, S., B. Goodlin-Jones and M. Solomon (2005). "Evidence-based assessment of autism spectrum disorders in children and adolescents." Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 34: 523-540.

Ozonoff, S. and S. Rogers (2003).  “From Kanner to the millennium: Scientific advances that have shaped clinical practice.”  In S. Ozonoff, S. Rogrs, and R. Hendren, Autism Spectrum Disorders: A research review for practitioners.  Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Publishing: 3-36.

Panyan, M. V. C. (1984). "Computer Technology for Autistic Students." Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 14(4): 375-382.

Picard, R. (1997). Affective Computing. Cambridge, MA, MIT Press.

Picard, R. and J. Scheirer (2001). The Galvactivator: A Glove that Senses and Communicates Skin Conductivity. International Conference on Human-ComputerInteraction, New Orleans.

Robins, B., K. Dautenhahn and J. Dubowski (2004). Investigating Autistic Children's Attitudes Towards Strangers with the Theatrical Robot -- A New Experimental Paradigm in Human-Robot Interaction Studies. Proceedings of Ro-Man.

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Scassellati, B. (2005). Quantitative Metrics of Social Response for Autism Diagnosis. Proceedings of Ro-Man 2005. Proceedings of Ro-Man.

Sebanz, N., H. Bekkering and G. Knoblich (2006). "Joint actions: Bodies and minds moving together." Trends in Cognitive Sciences 10: 70–76.

Shabani, D. B., R. C. Katz, D. A. Wilder, K. Beauchamp, C. R. Taylor and K. J. Fischer (2002). "Increasing social initiations in children with autism: Effects of a tactile prompt." Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 35: 79-83.

Silberman, S. (2001). The Geek Syndrome. Wired.

Strickland, D., L. M. Marcus, G. B. Mesibov and K. Hogan (1996). "Brief report: Two case studies using virtual reality as a learning tool for autistic children." Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 26(6): 651-659.

Taber, T. A., A. Seltzer, L. J. Heflin and P. A. Alberto (1999). "Use of self-operated auditory prompts to decrease off-task behavior for a student with autism and moderate mental retardation." Focus on Autism & Other Developmental Disabilities 14: 159-166.

Tager-Flusberg, H. and K. Sullivan (2000). "A componential view of theory of mind: evidence from Williams syndrome." Cognition 76: 59 - 89.

Taylor, B. A. and L. Levin (1998). "Teaching a student with autism to make verbal initiations: Effects of a tactile prompt." Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 31: 651-654.

Tronick, E. Z. (2003). "Things still to be done on the still-face effect." Infancy 4: 475-482.

Vertegaal, R., R. Slagter, G. v. d. Veer and A. Nijholt (2001). Eye Gaze Patterns in Coversations: There is More to Conversational Agents Than Meets the Eyes. SIGCHI'01, Seattle, WA.

Volkmar, F. R., C. Lord, A. Bailey, R. T. Schultz, A. Klin (2004). “Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders.” Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 45: 135-170

Westeyn, T., K. Vadas, X. Bian, T. Starner, and G. D. Abowd (2005).  “Recognizing Mimicked Autistic Self-Stimulatory Behaviors Using HMMs.”    White Paper.

Williams, D. L., G. Goldstein and N. J. Minshew (2006). "The Profile of Memory Function in Children With Autism." Neuropsychology 20(1): 21-29.

Williams, J. H. G., A. Whiten, T. Suddendorf and D. I. Perrett (2001). "Imitation, mirror neurons and autism." Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 25(4): 287-295.