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Dr Charlotte Brownlow
Lecturer in Psychology
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University of Southern Queensland

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  1. The development of friendships and sociality: exploring the friendships of people with autism
  2. Mapping the social geographies of autism – online and off-line narratives of neuro-shared and separate spaces
  3. Constructions of Aspergers syndrome identity in public spaces: explorations in online and offline interactions
  4. Understanding, and working with, autism: from deficit to neurodiversity
  5. Exploring the transitions of young people with autism from childhood to young adulthood
  6. Transitioning to adulthood: autism and biological citizenship
  7. Constructing 'NT Syndrome': impairments of being non-autistic
  8. Constructing an autistic identity: AS voices online
  9. Media reports of links between MMR and autism: a discourse analysis
  10. Making friends

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1Re-presenting autism: the construction of 'NT Syndrome'
2Neurodiverse spaces: exploring the potential for social networking to reconstruct our ideas of 'friendship'
3Understanding, and working with, autism: from deficit to neurodiversity
4Making friends
5Challenging understandings of 'Theory of Mind': a brief report
6Representations of autism: implications for community healthcare practice
7Transitioning to adulthood: autism and biological citizenship
8Presenting the self: negotiating a label of autism
9Constructing 'NT Syndrome': impairments of being non-autistic
10Media reports of links between MMR and autism: a discourse analysis