Volume 11 Issue 1 (International Public Health Journal)

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Editor-in-Chief: Joav Merrick (Director, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Israel)
ISSN: 1947-4989
Journal Frequency: Quarterly
Print Size: 8.5″ x 11″, Double Column

ISBN: N/A Categories: ,

Table of Contents

Special issue: Awareness of autism spectrum disorder among young adults

Edited by Ronald Chow, Jaclyn Viehweger, and Joav Merrick

EDITORIAL

Are young adults aware of autism spectrum disorder?
Ronald Chow, Jaclyn Viehweger, and Joav Merrick

REVIEW RESEARCH

Assessing awareness of autism spectrum disorder: About the survey instrument
Ronald Chow and Jaclyn Viehweger

How aware are young adults of autism spectrum disorder: A meta-analysis
Ronald Chow and Jaclyn Viehweger

ORIGINAL RESEARCH

Awareness of autism spectrum disorder among young adults in London, Canada
Ronald Chow, Jaclyn Viehweger, Tharani Anpalagan, Hunster Yang, and Rishav Banerjee

Awareness of autism spectrum disorder among young adults in Toronto, Canada
Ronald Chow, Jaclyn Viehweger, Drew Hollenberg, Cynthia Ho, Wesley Ng, and Matthew Wong

Awareness of autism spectrum disorder among young adults in California, USA
Ronald Chow, Jaclyn Viehweger, and Adam Murai

Awareness of autism spectrum disorder among young adults in Montreal, Canada
Jaclyn Viehweger, Ronald Chow, and Michael Borean

Awareness of autism spectrum disorder among young adults in Calgary, Canada
Ronald Chow and Jaclyn Viehweger

Awareness of autism spectrum disorder among young adults in United Kingdom
Jaclyn Viehweger, Ronald Chow, and Samuel Goh

Awareness of autism spectrum disorder among young adults in New York State, USA
Jaclyn Viehweger, Ronald Chow, and Neal Ganguli

Awareness of autism spectrum disorder among young adults in Asia
Jaclyn Viehweger and Ronald Chow

Awareness of autism spectrum disorder among young adults in Waterloo, Canada
Jaclyn Viehweger, Ronald Chow, and Jerry Liu

Awareness of autism spectrum disorder among young adults in Hamilton, Canada
Drew Hollenberg, Jaclyn Viehweger, and Ronald Chow