Publications in other languages

Books:

Vermeulen, P. (2000).  I am special: introducing children and young people to their autistic spectrum disorder. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Vermeulen, P. (2001).  Autistic thinking: this is the title. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Vermeulen, P. (2001).  Jeg er noget helt særligt: at introducere born og unge til deres autismespektrumsforstyrrelse. Kobenhavn: Dansk psykologisk Forlag.

Vermeulen, P. (2002).  Ceci est le titre: au sujet de la pensée autistique. Gent: Centrum voor Concrete Communicatie.

IBS Duitse coverVermeulen, P. (2002).  “Ich bin etwas Besonderes”: Arbeitsmaterialen für Kinder und Jugendliche mit Autismus/Asperger Syndrom. Dortmund: Verlag Modernes Leren.

Vermeulen, P. & Schiltmans, C. (2004).  Mieux ensemble. Gent: Centre de Communication Concrète.

Vermeulen, P. (2004). Olen jotakin erityistä : kuinka kertoa lapsille ja nuorille heidän autismistaan tai Aspergerin oireyhtymästään.  Jyväskylä : Haukkarannan koulu.


Vermeulen, P. (2005). Comment pense une personne autiste ? Paris : Dunod.

Vermeulen, P. (2006). Autistické myšlenī. Praha: Grada Publishing.

Vermeulen, P. (2007). Jeg Er Enestående. Å introdusere barn og unge til sin autismespekterforstyrrelse. Oslo: SPISS Forlag.

Vermeulen, P. (2008). Jeg er noe helt spesielt! Psykoedukasjon for mennesker med autisme og Asperger syndrom. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget.

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Vermeulen, P. (2009). Autisme et émotions : un livre fermé. Paris / Louvain-la-Neuve : De Boeck Université.

Vermeulen, P. (2009). Autistisches Denken: dies ist der Titel. Steinhagen: Konzeptbildung.

Vermeulen, P. (2009). Ma olen eriline. Psühholoogilise toimetulekuöpetuse töökaust autismiga inimestele. Tallinn, Eesti Autismiühing.

Vermeulen, P. (2009). Comprendre les personnes autistes de haut niveau: le syndrome d’Asperger à l’épreuve de la clinique. Paris : Dunod

Vermeulen, P. (2010). Je suis spécial : manuel psycho-éducatif pour autistes. Bruxelles : De Boeck

Vermeulen, P. & Degrieck, S.(2010). Mon enfant est autiste : un guide pour parents, enseignants et soignants. Bruxelles : De Boeck

Vermeulen, P. (2011). Eu sunt special. Manual de psihoeducatie pentru persoanele cu autism, apartinatori si specialisti. București : ANCAAR

contextblindness-book-coverVermeulen, P. (2012). Autism as context blindness. Overland
Park, KS: Autism Asperger Publishing Compa
ny.

Vermeulen, P. (2013). I am Special 2: A workbook to help children, teens and adults with autism spectrum disorders to understand their diagnosis, gain confidence and thrive. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

io sono specialeVermeulen, P. (2013). Io sono speciale. Attività psicoeducative per la conoscenza di se nell’autismo. Trento: Centro Studi Erickson

Vermeulen, P. (2014). Az autizmus, mint Vakság Kontextus. Budapesti: Geobook Kiadó.

Vermeulen, P. (2016) Autismus als Kontextblindheit. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

Chapters in books:

Vermeulen, P. (2004). Understanding and coping with my autism: teaching people about their disability. – in: Geneva Centre for Autism (Ed.), Geneva Centre for Autism International Symposium on Autism 2004: Conference Proceedings (pp. 264-271).  Toronto: Geneva Centre for Autism.

Vermeulen, P. (2005). I’m Special: a method to introduce children, adolescents and young adults to their autism spectrum disorder. – in: V. Zysk (Ed.), The best of Autism/Asperger’s Digest Magazine – Volume I (pp. 190-200).  Arlington, Texas: Future Horizons.

Articles:

Note:

Some of my articles are available online through my ResearchGate profile.

Vermeulen, P. (1998). Some impressions on autism and art: being au/rtistic. Link, 24 (3), 10-11.

Vermeulen, P. (1999). I Am Special: a method and a workbook to introduce young people to their autism spectrum disorder.  Paper presented at the Autism99 Internet Conference Vol. http//:www.autism99.org.

Vermeulen, P. (2000). I’m special: a method to introduce children, adolescents and young adults to their autism spectrum disorder. Autism – Asperger’s Digest, September-October, 4-8.

Vermeulen, P. (2001). C’est de famille. APEPA Info, 79 (Mai 2001), 16-24.

Vermeulen, P. (2002). Ikke tro på alle løftene… Autisme i Dag, 29 (2), 95-100.

Vermeulen, P. (2002). Ne croyez pas toutes ces belles promesses. La Lettre D’Autisme France, Nov (14), 12-14.

Vermeulen, P. (2002). Autistic thinking: not seeing the forest for the trees. Autism Asperger’s Digest Magazine, Nov-Dec, 38-42.

Vermeulen, P. (2002). Do not believe all the promises… Link, 34, 15-16.

Vermeulen, P. (2002). Glauben Sie nicht an alle Versprechen… Link, 34, 16-17.

Vermeulen, P. (2003). Ne croyez pas à toutes ces promesses. Info-APEPA, 86, 4-7.

Vermeulen, P. & Vanspranghe, E. (2006). Psychological support of individuals with an autistic spectrum disorder. Good Autism Practice, 7 (1), 23-29.

Descheemaeker, M.J., Govers, V., Vermeulen, P. & Fryns, J.P. (2006). Pervasive developmental disorders in Prader-Willi syndrome: The Leuven experience in 59 subjects and controls. American Journal of Medical Genetics, part A., 140A (11), 1136–1142.

Vermeulen, P. (2011). Autism: from mind blindness to context blindness. Autism Asperger’s Digest Magazine, Nov-Dec, 39-41.

Vermeulen, P. (2014). The practice of promoting happiness in autism – in: Jones, G. & Hurley, E. (Eds), Good Autism Practice: Autism, happiness and wellbeing. (pp. 8-17). Birmingham: BILD Publications.

Vermeulen, P. (2015). Context Blindness in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Not Using the Forest to See the Trees as Trees. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 30(3), 182-192

Vermeulen, P. (2018). Autism as contextblindness. Frontline: The Irish Voice of Intellectual Disability. Issue 109, 9 jan 2018.  Autism as context blindess – Frontline article