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Parents Guide

Parents Guide


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Medical and university libraries contain a wealth of autism research. Those who
are fortunate enough to live within commuting distance of one of these libraries can
conduct online searches using databases that have been purchased for use by these
libraries. These databases are usually more comprehensive than those accessible from
home computers.

Medical and university libraries also own large collections of professional journals.
The general public is usually welcome to browse these journals and make photocopies of
articles to take home; be sure to check the rules at your local library.

The most recent issues of professional journals are usually kept in the reference
section of the library. Past issues are generally housed together with book collections in
the library. The reference librarian is your best source of help for locating these journals.

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