Our memorial to Leo Kanner

@article{Schopler1981OurMT,
  title={Our memorial to Leo Kanner},
  author={Eric Schopler and Stella Paulina Chess and Lisa Eisenberg},
  journal={Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders},
  year={1981},
  volume={11},
  pages={257-269}
}

Did Kanner Actually Describe the First Account of Autism? The Mystery of 1938

  • Sam Fellowes
  • Philosophy
    Journal of autism and developmental disorders
  • 2015
TLDR
It is argued 1938 refers to a paper by Louise Despert, and Kanner’s motives for not mentioning her by name were not dishonourable.

Cognitive Critique Volume 3 SYMPTOMS OF AUTISM IN THE VIEWS OF KANNER AND ASPERGER

TLDR
The core deficits of autism are described using cases described by the two physicians: Leo Kanner and Hans Asperger and a discussion of the impacts of their investigations on current research on autism.

Sowing the seeds of the autism field: Leo Kanner (1943).

TLDR
Kanner's contributions to the field of autism are explored, how the field has changed is discussed, and ways that research on autism spectrum disorders can continue to move forward are suggested.

[Autism and autistic disorders. Historical and current aspects].

TLDR
A historical review considers to what extent experimental psychopathological research can deepen the understanding of the disorder.

Autismus und autistische Störungen

TLDR
A historical review considers to what extent experimental psychopathological research can deepen the understanding of the disorder and identifies restrictions in social communication and interaction, which can be explained by fundamental deficits in social cognition.

Leo Kanner: His Years in Berlin, 1906-24. The Roots of Autistic Disorder

By providing the first description of infantile autism Leo Kanner (1894-1981)has substantially influenced the field of child and adolescent psychiatry. The classification of the disorder seems to be

Leo Kanner (1894–1981): The man and the scientist

  • V. D. Sanua
  • Psychology
    Child psychiatry and human development
  • 1990
Leo Kanner headed the first child psychiatry division within a pediatric hospital at Johns Hopkins University. In 1935 he wrote the first book in English of child psychiatry which is still in print.

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