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Working paper (2000)
Working paper (2003)
The auditory system
The inferior colliculus
Hemoglobin & the brain
Concepts of autism
Autism spectrum
Social responsibility
Neurology 2000/A discussion
Links 2007
Red flags
Updates (2008, 2009):
Autism prevalence
Evidence of obstetric error?
Autism, variant of kernicterus?
Work in progress
IACC comments submitted

Conrad Simon
Pictures (Conrad & his brothers)
Traumatic birth
Death in a group home

© Copyright 1999-2008
Eileen Nicole Simon

Conrad Simon Memorial Research Initiative
    conradsimon.org -- a decade online, 2000-2010                

    Review of Research Relevant to the Brain Disorder in Autism

    Where is the impairment in the brain, and how does it happen?

Working papers     Viewpoint on the brain disorder in autism (2003)     /     View in 2000
    Cerebral blood flow and metabolism are greatest in the auditory
    system which can become impaired in many of the medical conditions
    associated with autism.

    The earliest maturing      The brain nucleus of          A protective biofeedback
    system of the brain.         highest metabolic rate.      mechanism.

    Concepts of autism         Autism spectrum                Social responsibility
    Kraepelin, Heller,             Broader autism                   Who cares for
    Kanner, Asperger.            phenotype (BAP)                 disabled people?

    Neurology 2000/ A discussion         Links (2007)      Updates (2008-2009)
    Discussion in the journal                  Updates              Autism prevalence,
    Neurology, January 2000                  2004-2007          Obstetric error?

Conrad Simon Memorial Research Initiative      Conrad Simon                         Eileen Nicole Simon
Established to review brain impairments           Traumatic birth, death          Conrad's mom, nurse,
underlying developmental language disorder.   from Thorazine overdose.    and biochemist

       Pictures                                    Publications
       Conrad and his brothers       Papers/ letters on autism