The following references are from primarily from books and journal articles from which I research current findings and practices for my teaching and professional presentations:

 
Winner, M.G., (2007).  Thinking About You Thinking About Me.  Think Social Publications, San Jose, CA.  Available on her website at :  www.socialthinking.com 
 

Winner, M.G. (2002).  Assessment of Social Skills Through the Exploration of Social Cognition for Students High on the Autism Spectrum.  Assessment for Effective Intervention, 27, 73-78

Winner, Michelle G.   Inside Out:  What Makes a Person with Social Cognitive Deficits Tick,   Think Social Publications, San Jose, CA.  Available on her website:  www.socialthinking.com

Winner, Michelle G. (2007).  Social Behavior Mapping, Think Social Publications, San Jose, CA.   Available on her website:  www.socialthinking.com

Winner, Michelle G.  (2005).  Think Social!,A Social-Thinking Curriculum for School Age Students.   Think Social Publications, San Jose, CA.  Available on her website:  www.socialthinking.com

Winner, M.G. (2002).  Assessment of Social Skills Through the Exploration of Social Cognition for Students High on the Autism Spectrum.  Assessment for Effective Intervention, 27, 73-78

Winner, Michelle G.   Inside Out:  What Makes a Person with Social Cognitive Deficits Tick,   Think Social Publications, San Jose, CA.  Available on her website:  www.socialthinking.com

Winner, Michelle G. (2007).  Social Behavior Mapping, Think Social Publications, San Jose, CA.   Available on her website:  www.socialthinking.com

Winner, Michelle G.  (2005).  Think Social!,A Social-Thinking Curriculum for School Age Students.   Think Social Publications, San Jose, CA.  Available on her website:  www.socialthinking.com

Winner, Michelle G.  (2008).   A Politically Incorrect Look at Evidence-Based Practices and Teaching Social Skills.  Think Social Publishing, San Jose, CA.  Available on the website:  www.socialthinking.com

Winner, Michelle G.  Sticker Strategies to Encourage Social Thinking and Organization.  Think Social Publications, San Jose, CA.  Available at:  www.socialthinking.com

Winner, Michelle G. & Crooke, Pamela.  (2009)  Socially Curious and Curiously Social: A Social Thinking Guidebook for Teens & Young Adults with Asperger’s, ADHD, PDD-NOS, NVLD, or other Murky Undiagnosed Social Learning Issues.   Think Social Publications, San Jose, CA.  Available on the website:  www.socialthinking.com

Winner, Michelle G. & Crooke, Pamela.  (2009)  You are a Social Detective!  Think Social Publications, San Jose, CA.  Available on the website:  www.socialthinking.com

Madrigal, Stephanie & Winner, Michelle G.  (2008).  Superflex:  A SuperHero Social Thinking Package.  Think Social Publications, San Jose, CA.  Available at:  www.socialthinking.com

Baron-Cohen, S.  (1989).  The autistic child’s theory of mind:  A case of developmental delay.  Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 30, pp. 285-297.

Baron-Cohen, S.  et. al.  (1997).  Another advanced test of theory of mind:  Evidences from very high functioning individuals with autism or asperger syndrome.  Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry.  38, 813-822.

Simon-Baron Cohen,  (2004).  Mind Reading:  An Interactive Guide to Emotions,   www.jkp.com/mindreading/

Baron-Cohen, S.  et. al. (1999).  Recognition of faux pas by normally developing children and children with asperger syndrome or high functioning autism.  Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 29, 407-418

Baron-Cohen, S.  et. Al. (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, 241-252.

Beaumont, R. & Sofronoff, K.  (2007).  A New Computerized Advanced Theory of Mind Measure for Children with Asperger Syndrome:  The ATOMIC.  Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders., 11, 2-19.

Bellini, Scott.  (2006), Building Social Relationships, , PAC.

Brinton, B., et. al. (2007).  What Should Chris Say?  The Ability of Children with Specific Language Impairment to Recognize the Need to Disassemble Emotions in Social Situations.  Journal of Speech and Hearing Research.  Vol. 50, 798-811

Briton B., Robinson, L., and Fujiki, M.  (2004).  Description of a Program for Social Language Intervention:  “If You Can Have a Conversation, You Can Have a Relationship.”  Language, Speech and Hearing Services in the Schools.  35, 283-290.

Burnette, C. et al. (2005).  Weak Central Coherence and Its Relations to Theory of Mind and Anxiety in Autism

Chin, H.  et. al.  (2000).  Teaching Conversational Skills to Children with Autism:  Effect on Development of a Theory of Mind. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.  Vol. 30, no. 6, pp. 569-583.

Downs, A. & Smith, T.  (2004).  Emotional Understanding, Cooperation, and Social Behavior in High Functioning Children with Autism.  Journal of Autism and Development Disorders.  Vol. 24, no. 6, pp. 625-635.

Dunn-Buron, Kari & Curtis, Mitzi.  The Incredible 5 Point Scale.   Autism Asperger Publishing Company (AAPC).  Available at:  www.5pointscale.com

Flavell, J.H., (1992).  Perspectives on Perspective Taking.  In H. Beilin & P.B. Pufall (Eds.)., Piaget’s theory:  Prospects and possibilities.  The Jean Piaget Symposium series (pp. 107-139).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum

Ford, J. & Milosky, L.  (2003).  Inferring Emotional Reactions in Social Situation:  Differences in Children with Language Impairment.  Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research.  Vol. 46, pp. 21-30.

Frith, U., (1989).  Autism:  Explaining the Enigma.  Blackwell

Gajewski, N., Hirn, P., Mayo, P.  (1998).  Social Skill Strategies (Book A).  Pp. 325-329.  Thinking Publications, Eau Claire, WI

Garcia-Perez, R. et al.  (2007).  Narrative Role Taking in Autism.  Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.

Bradley Trevor Greive ,  The Blue Day Book for Kids, by, available at local bookstores or amazon, etc.  Get soft cover if you can for $4.95

Gutstein, Steven & Sheeley, Rachelle,   Relationship Development Intervention

Hadwin, J.  et. al. (1997).  Does Teaching Theory of Mind have an effect on the ability to develop conversation in children with autism? Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders., vol. 27, no. 5, pp. 519-537.

Happe, F., & Frith, U., (2006).  The Weak Central Coherence Account:  Detail-focused Cognitive Style in Autism Spectrum Disorders., Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, vol. 36, no. 1, pp. 5-25.

Happe, F.G.E., (1994).  An advanced test of theory of mind:  Understanding of story characters’ thoughts and feelings by able autistic, mentally handicapped, and normal children and adults.  Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders., 24, pp. 129-154.

Heavey, L. et al.  (2000).  The Awkward moments test:  A naturalistic measure of social understanding in autism.  Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders., 30, 225-236.

Hinson, Curt (2001).   6 Steps to a Trouble Free Playground   This is the reference for the 3 levels of behavior for “Recess Actions”

Hodgdon, Linda,  (2007).  “Six Tips for Teaching Conversation Skills with Visual Strategies”, An “e-book” available through www.AutismStuff.com, for $2 per download

Hymes, D.  (1971).  On communicative competence.  In J. Pride & J. Holmes (Eds.). Sociolinguistics (pp. 269-293).  Balimore:  Penguin

Johnson, A. et al. (1984).  Assessing Pragmatic Skills in Children’s Language.  Language, Speech and Hearing Services in Schools.  15, 2-9.

Klin et. al.  (2002).  Visual fixation patterns during viewing of naturalistic social situations as predicators of social competence in individuals with autism.  Archives of General Psychiatry, 59(9) 809-816. 

Loth, E. et al. (2007).  Event Schemas in Autism Spectrum Disorders:  The Role of Theory of Mind and Weak Central Coherence.  Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.

Meadan, H.  et. al.  (2006).  Examining Communication Repairs of 2 Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder:  The Influence of Environment.  American Journal of Speech Language Pathology.  Vol. 15, pp. 57-71.

Miller, C. (2006).  Developmental Relationships Between Language and Theory of Mind.  American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology , 15, pp. 142-154

Schultz, R.T. et al.  (2000).  Abnormal ventral temporal cortical activities during face discrimination among individuals with autism and Asperger Syndrome.  Archives of General Psychiatry, 57(4) 331-340.

Sheinkopf, S.  (2005).  Hot Topics in Autism:  Cognitive Deficits, Cognitive Style, and Joint Attention Dysfunction.  Medicine and Health Rhode Island.

Singer, B., & Bashir, A.  (1999).  What are Executive Functions and Self-Regulation and What Do They Have to Do With Language Learning Disorders?  Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in the Schools,  vol. 30, pp. 265-273.

Tager-Flusberg, H.  (1993).  What language reveals about the understanding of minds in children with autism.  In S. Baron-Cohen, H. Tager-Flusberg, & D. Cohen (Eds.), Understanding other Minds:  Perspectives from Autism (pp. 138-157).  New York:  Oxford Publications.

Verdick, Elizabeth,  Words are not for hurting, available on www.autismshop.com

Wiig, E.H., Lord Larson, V., and Olson, J.A., (2004)

S-MAPS:  Rubric for Curriculum-Based Assessment and Intervention,  (pp. 52-55, 64-71).  Thinking Publications, Eau Claire, WI.

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