Intelligent Talk Television
Beyond the Autism Diagnosis: How Professionals Can Help Parents (#129)
Professor Marion O'Brien of the University of North Carolina discusses her research findings on children and families, particularly parenting practices and parental attitudes and their influence on parent-child relationships and child development. Her book, Beyond the Autism Diagnosis, was published in 2006. [49 minutes]
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