Future Directions for Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders – a critique

The following is the text of the Conclusions reported in a research paper that was published in PubMed.  Here is the link to it:  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4163956 Conclusions In the over seventy years since Leo Kanner first described autism (Kanner, 1943), there has been remarkable progress in the areas of improved understanding of ASD neurobiology, genetics, early identification, and early intervention. However, recent increases in ASD prevalence … Continue reading Future Directions for Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders – a critique

Retaliation is on the rise….

Just published in April, 2018:  https://ethics.org/ecihome/research/ethicsstat The plan to severely limit the role of independent licensed psychologists in the new IBHS program in Pennsylvania (it will replace the BHRS program that has been in place to provide psychological treatment to children enrolled in Medicaid since 1992) may be a particularly strong example of this alarming trend.   Continue reading Retaliation is on the rise….