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Dr. Kathryn Ellerbeck to co-direct Kansas Center for Autism Research and Training

Wayne Sailor, Amy McCart,, KU research redefining inclusion in education at work in Vermont

Betty Hart, Todd Risley, New Yorker Magazine, The Talking Cure

Betty Hart, Todd Risley, National Geographic, The First Year

Judy Carta, Kansas City Star, Early childhood education spotlight is on KC

Paula Fite, Inside KU, Kansans Against Bullying Project

Kathy Bourque, Kansas City Star (front page), Child peers, digital technology unite to help children with autism learn to play and share

Yo Jackson, Science Daily, Severity, not frequency of abuse, may predict children's mental health outcomes

Linda Heitzman-Powell, Jay Buzhardt, Disability Scoop, Telemedicine Shows Promise For ABA Therapy

Linda Heitzman-Powell, Jay Buzhardt, Science Daily, Telemedicine training for rural parents of children with autism

Governor Brownback selects KCART to sign autism insurance bill into law

Steven Warren, John Colombo, Linda Heitzman-Powell, Nancy Brady, Christa Anderson, Sean Swindler, Kansas University at the frontline of autism research

Matt Enyart, Kris Matthews, Rachel Freeman, Helping Children Across Kansas, KU Works

Heitzman-Powell/Buzhardt: KSHB NBC 41 Kansas City, Technology helps families dealing with autism work from home

Michael Vitevitch: Scientific American 60-Second Science podcast, Speaker Sex Affects Listener Processing of Gendered Words

Nancy Brady, Kathryn Bigelow awarded Friends of the Life Span Institute Investigtor Awards for 2013

Joy Gabrielli, Luke McCune awarded Friends of the Life Span Insitute GRA Awards for 2013

Sara Sack, Topeka Capital-Journal, Exchange matches durable medical equipment with Kansans in need

Dale Wallker, KC Star front page Talk Read Play program aims to give young children a head start

Kansas City among sites included in national mental health initiative

KCART affiliated researchers find that DHA in infant formula linked to improved cognitive outcomes in childhood

KCART affiliated researchers awarded $1.2 million to test iPad app to help preschoolers with autism "talk" to classmates

Research study recruiting toddlers with ASD and their families

Wehmeyer book refuting basis of classic psychology text wins award.

Huffington Post: KU's Greenwood explains sequestration effect on publically-supported science

Holly Storkel: $1.5 million clinical trial will test book reading to treat Specific Language Impairment

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