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Books

Costley, D., Baldwin, S., Bruck, S., Haas, K., & Ritzrow, K.(2016). Shining a Light on the Autism Spectrum: Experiences and Aspirations of Adults. Taylor & Francis

Costley, D., Clark, T., Keane, E., & Lane, K. (2012). A practical guide for teachers of students with an autism spectrum disorder in secondary education. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Aspect research studies and evaluations

Diagnosis and assessment

Gibbs, V,. Aldridge, F., Sburlati, E, Chandler, F., Smith, K. & Cheng, L. (2019). Missed opportunities: An investigation of pathways to autism diagnosis in Australia. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 57, 55-62.

Aldridge, F. J., Gibbs, V. M., Schmidhofer, K., & Williams, M. (2012). Investigating the clinical usefulness of the Social Responsiveness Scale (SRS) in a tertiary level, autism spectrum disorder specific assessment clinic. Journal of autism and developmental disorders, 42(2), 294-300.

Gibbs, V., Aldridge, F., Chandler, F., Witzlsperger, E., & Smith, K. (2012). Brief report: an exploratory study comparing diagnostic outcomes for autism spectrum disorders under DSM-IV-TR with the proposed DSM-5 revision. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 42(8), 1750-1756.

Research insights Issue 3 April 2010:Evaluating the usefulness of the Social Responsiveness Scale (SRS)

Silove, N., Blackmore, R., Warren, A., Gibbs, V., & Roberts, J. (2008). A consensus approach for the paediatrician’s role in the diagnosis and assessment of autism spectrum disorders in Australia. Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Sydney, Australia.

Childhood development

Simpson, K., Adams, D., Bruck, S., & Keen, D. (2019). Investigating the participation of children on the autism spectrum across home, school and community: A longitudinal study. Child: Care, Health and Development.

Sutherland, R., Hodge, A., Bruck, S., Costley, D., & Klieve, H. (2017). Parent-reported differences between school-aged girls and boys on the autism spectrum. Autism, published online March 13, 2017.

Tolmie, R., Bruck, S., & Kerslake, R. (2016). The Early Intervention Readiness Program (EIRP): A post-ASD diagnosis family support program. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education,36(4), pp.242-250.

Dixon, R. M., Verenikina, I., Costley, D., & Pryor, S. (2015). The Use of iPADs in the Home Setting for Students With Autism Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Special Education Technology, 30(4), 193-206.

Naguib Bedwani, M-A., Bruck, S., & Costley, D. (2015). Augmentative and alternative communication for children with autism spectrum disorder: An evidence-based evaluation of the Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP) programme. Cogent Education, 2(1).

Research insights Issue 9 March 2015: Evaluation of the Early Intervention Readiness Program: a post-autism diagnosis family support program.

Aspect Research Insights Issue 6 February 2013: Evaluation of the Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP) program with children with autism spectrum disorder

Aspect Research Insights Issue 5 February 2012: An independent outcome study of a Pivotal Response Training (PRT) intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder

Aspect Research Insights Issue 4 April 2011: An independent outcome study of a 'Treatment and education of autistic and related communication-handicapped children'

Carter, M., Roberts, J., Williams, K., Evans, D., Parmenter, T., Silove, N., ... & Warren, A. (2011). Interventions used with an Australian sample of preschool children with autism spectrum disorders. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 5(3), 1033-1041.

Roberts, J., Williams, K., Carter, M., Evans, D., Parmenter, T., Silove, N., ... & Warren, A. (2011). A randomised controlled trial of two early intervention programs for young children with autism: Centre-based with parent program and home-based. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 5(4), 1553-1566.

Research insights Issue 2 December 2009: Report into a randomised controlled trial of two early intervention programs for young children with autism

Aspect Pivotal Response Training (PRT) Pilot: Final Report

Teaching and schooling

Macdonald, L., Trembath, D., Ashburner, J., Costley D., & Keen, D. (2018). The use of visual schedules and work systems to increase the on-task behaviour of students on the autism spectrum in mainstream classrooms. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs.

Einfeld, S. L., Beaumont, R., Clark, T., Clarke, K. S., Costley, D., Gray, K. M., ... & Taffe, J. R. (2017).School-based social skills training for young people with autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 1-11.

Macdonald, L., Keen, D., Ashburner, J., Costley, D., Haas, K., & Trembath, D. (2017).Piloting autism intervention research with teachers in mainstream classrooms. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 1-17.

Aspect Research Insights Issue 10 December 2016: Home Education

Saggers, B., Klug, D., Harper-Hill, K., Ashburner, J., Costley, D., Clark, T., ... & Carrington, S. (2016).Australian Autism Educational Needs Analysis-What are the needs of schools, parents and students on the autism spectrum? Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism, Indoorooopilly, Australia.

Mills, C, Chapparo, C. & Hinitt, J. (2016). The impact of an in-class sensory activity schedule on task performance of children with autism and intellectual disability: A pilot study. British Journal of Occupational Therapy,9(9), 530-539.

Carter, M., Stephenson, J., Clark, T., Costley, D., Martin, J., Williams, K., ... & Bruck, S. (2014).Perspectives on regular and support class placement and factors that contribute to success of inclusion for children with ASD. Journal of International Special Needs Education, 17(2), 60-69.

Costley, D., Clark, T., & Bruck, S. (2014).The Autism Spectrum Disorder Evaluative Education Model: a school-based method of assessing and selecting interventions for classroom use. SAGE Open, 4(4), 2158244014556640.

Power, A., & Costley, D. (2014). Preservice Teachers’ Learning Among Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder. Australasian Journal of Special Education, 38(01), 34-50.

Keane, E., Aldridge, F. J., Costley, D., & Clark, T. (2012).Students with autism in regular classes: A long-term follow-up study of a satellite class transition model. International journal of inclusive education, 16(10), 1001-1017.

Autism Spectrum Australia. (2009). An independent outcome study of a TEACCH intervention for children with autism: Final report. An independent outcome study of a TEACCH intervention for children with autism: Final report. Aspect, Sydney, Australia.

Roberts, J. M., Keane, E., & Clark, T. R. (2008). Making inclusion work: Autism Spectrum Australia's satellite class project. Teaching Exceptional Children, 41(2), 22-27.

Adult life

Costley, D., Baldwin, S., Bruck, S., Haas, K., & Ritzrow, K.(2016). Shining a Light on the Autism Spectrum: Experiences and Aspirations of Adults. Taylor & Francis.

Haas, K., Costley, D., Falkmer, M., Richdale, A., Sofronoff, K., & Falkmer, T. (2016).Factors Influencing the Research Participation of Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 46(5), 1793-1805. Also see: Optimising the recruitment and retention of adults in longitudinal research.

Baldwin, S., & Costley, D. (2016).The experiences and needs of female adults with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder. Autism, 20(4), 483-495.

Howlin, P., Arciuli, J., Begeer, S., Brock, J., Clarke, K., Costley, D., ... & Guastella, A. (2015). Research on adults with autism spectrum disorder: Roundtable report. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability,40(4), 388-393.

Baldwin, S., Costley, D., & Warren, A. (2014). Employment Activities and Experiences of Adults with High-Functioning Autism and Asperger’s Disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 1-10.

Research insights Issue 7 March 2013: We Belong: the experiences, aspirations and needs of adults with Asperger's disorder and high functioning autism

Research insights Issue 1 December 2009: Where are they now? A long-term follow up study of students with autism graduating from Autism Spectrum Australia's (Aspect) satellite classes

Autism service providers and support workers

Research Insights Issue 11 October 2017: Online professional development and support in rural and remote disability services

Johnsson, G., Kerslake, R., Crook, S., & Cribb, C. (2016). Investigation of training and support needs in rural and remote disability and mainstream service providers: implications for an online training model. Australian Health Review.

Johnsson, G., Lincoln, M., Bundy, A., & Costley, D. (2016). A systematic review of technology-delivered disability training and support for service providers: implications for rural and remote communities. Review Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 3(4), 387-398.

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