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Pamela Rollins Publications


Rollins, P.R., (2014). Facilitating Early Social Communication: From Theory to Practice. Autism & Aspergers Publishing Company.


Rollins, P. R. (2014). Narrative Skills in Young Adults With High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders. Communication Disorders Quarterly, 1525740114520962.


Rollins, P. (2014). Personal Narratives in Individuals with High-Functioning ASD: A Lens Into Social Skills. Perspectives on Language Learning and Education, 21(1), 13-20.


Rollins, P.R. (2014). Developmental Pragmatics. In Y. Huang (Ed). Handbook of Pragmatics. Oxford University Press (web edition).


Rollins & Greenwald (2013). Affect Attunement during Mother-Infant Interaction: How Specific Intensities Predict the Stability of Infants' Joint Attention. In Imagination, Cognition and Personality 32 (4), 339-366.


Social Skills Curriculum: Tool to Improve Social Behaviors and Understanding. Robots4Autism, Robokind. Dallas, TX. 2014.

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