I welcome any additions or corrections you can contribute and thank everyone who has already sent me contributions, in particular one correspondent who has made numerous contributions but wishes to remain anonymous.
I'm trying to include every book title I can lay my hands on.
I will leave it to others to tackle such a list (I believe The Indiana Resource Center for Autism maintains such a list as does the Autism Research Unit of the University of Sunderland, England).
-- John Wobus, 2/27/00 (Bibliography data below last revised 02/01/09 To assist you in finding a book on a particular subject, each entry has a label with one or more keywords listed as: [keyword,keyword,...].
Note that the labeling is in no sense complete, e.g.
I would not mind assembling a list of the 20 or 50 most valuable articles if I knew how to choose them.
I welcome short descriptions of and opinions on the books.