Dinah KC Murray: publications to date

November 2004

2004 “Maximising Capacity”, Durham conference, Current issues for research & practice

2003 “UCL, Linguistics, and Autism” for the Alumni Reunion Conference (collected papers available from), Department of Phonetics and Linguistics, UCL, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT

2002 “Risk, trust and care in the community” in Good Autism Practice

2001 Three sections of A to Z of autism for the NAS

2001 “Wrong Planet Syndrome”, published online at http://www.isn.net/~jypsy/owpspapers.htm and (hard copy) in the Durham collection, 2001: An autism odyssey

2001 Lesser, M.J. & Murray, D.K.C , “The Interest System: implications for our understanding of Autism”, presented by Lesser to International Seminar on dynamical systems, in Budapest, sponsored by the Soros Foundation.

2000 with Mike Lesser: “Autism and Mind as a Dynamical System” presented to the World Conference on Autism in Glasgow

1999 with Mike Lesser, “Autism and Computing”, for Autism99 online conference organised by the NAS with the Shirley Foundation

1999 “Potions Pills and Human Rights” in Good Autism Practice April

1998 Lesser, M.J. & Murray, D.K.C. “Mind as a dynamical system: Implications for autism”, Durham conference Psychobiology of autism: current research & practice

1998 With RR Jordan and GE Jones Educational Interventions for Children
with Autism: A literature Review of Recent and Current Research

1997 ‘Normal and Otherwise’ Durham conference Living & learning with autism: perspectives from the Individual the Family and the Professional

1996 Chapter on “Therapy with Computers” in Autism and Learning: a guide to good practice. Ed RR Jordan and S Powell. David Fulton

1996 “Shared attention and speech in autism”, in Therapeutic Intervention in Autism. Durham conference Therapeutic intervention in autism

1995. “An Autistic Friendship” in Psychological Perspectives in Autism. Durham conference    Psychological perspectives in autism

1993 “Autism: A Mind-Body Problem” Durham conference Biological perspectives in autism

1992 “Attention tunnelling and autism”, Durham conference Living with autism : the individual, the family, and the professional.

1991 “Holy Fools and Bullshit Artists” first description of monotropism as underpinning autism, circulated to encouraging feedback from specialists

1988 Contributions on many topics to Superliving (book)

1977 A Squib “On Well” in Linguistic Inquiry

1986 PhD (psycholinguistics) Language and Interests unpublished thesis, University College London, available at Senate House Library, Malet St. London, WC1E 7HU

1983 "Conversational concerns: Issues." Journal of Pragmatics 7: 1-15.

1979 “Mis-Words” in collected papers of the London Pyscholinguistics Research Group

1979. “Well”. Linguistic Inquiry 10.726-732


Articles by Autism and Computing authors in NAS database

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