Whether formal or informal, rituals have the power to infuse routines with meaning, create a sense of belonging, and increase comfort level and competence.
We are delighted to welcome back special educator and parent of a child with ASD, Dr. Marquis C. Grant, to discuss the important issue of advocacy.
Carolyn Ogburn and Dr. Evelyn S. Chiang use a creative “imagine this” format to provide insights into the relationship between thoughts and actions and its implications for teaching students with ASD.
Angela M. Maracle provides readers with an insider’s illuminating view of parenting a child with ASD.
ASQ is delighted to introduce readers to the “fab five” finalists in our 10th annual “Kids on the Cover” contest.
Welcome to Autism Spectrum Quarterly OnlineThe MAGAJOURNAL®
Your Gold Standard Autism Resource. A publication with a concept and mission so unique we had to coin a brand new term to describe it, the Autism Spectrum Quarterly MAGAJOURNAL® combines the best of both worlds—the readability and interest of a MAGAZINE with the substance and depth of a professional JOURNAL. You’ll find high-interest articles on a variety of topics ranging from intervention ideas, family issues, interviews, book and product reviews, to cutting-edge, user-friendly research information and the “bottom line” implications you need to translate research theory into effective intervention practices. Exceptional authors, knowledgeable editors, and timely and important information make ASQ the most trusted, respected, and unique publication of its kind in the field of autism spectrum disorders.
Exciting Highlights of ASQ’s Spring 2015 “Kids on the Cover” contest issue!
Dr. Kathleen I. Harris brings her expertise in early childhood education and children's spirituality to bear on the important and little-discussed subject of how routines exert a positive influence in the lives of children.
ASQ is now available through our free app
The interactive, digital version of ASQ is now available on ALL MAJOR DIGITAL PLATFORMS! The Autism Spectrum Quarterly app is FREE, and there is a sample complimentary issue (spring 2013) that can be downloaded by friends, family members, and professionals who are not current subscribers and would like to view a trial issue. Readers may purchase both single digital issues of ASQ as well as digital subscriptions via the Autism Spectrum Quarterly app. While we will continue to offer a choice of digital and print versions of ASQ, we urge readers to download the free app in order to take advantage of “breaking news” alerts and special, supplemental digital issues of ASQ. Downloading the app is simple. For additional information on this, as well as ASQ digital’s interactive and Clipping features, click to go to the About ASQ page. View Table of Contents »
Science News in Each Issue of ASQ
In addition to our up-to-the minute NewsBriefs that keep you current in the time it takes to drink a cup of coffee, you’ll find our research news columns timely and informative.
The Cutting Edge
Provides in-depth coverage and analysis of important information from the scientific community, and includes a Connecting the Dots commentary section to help you translate theory into practice.
Comprehensive coverage of late-breaking news and bottom-line information from the scientific community
Want a sneak peak of promising research? You’ll find ABSTRACTS covering scientific studies of interest to the autism community with links for obtaining additional information.
Call for Research Subjects
You'll find recruitment announcements that not only keep you up-to-date on the latest research studies, but also give you the option to participate in cutting-edge science
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