Record

Reference numberMS/930
LevelSeries
TitleSome professional papers on autism and dyslexia research of Uta Frith
Date1968-2018
DescriptionPapers fall into three main categories:
Notes and correspondence regarding Uta Frith's publications: manuscript notes for 'History of Ideas: Autism', correspondene regarding a paper written on 18th century Scottish cases of autism

Papers and press cuttings collected by Frith, mostly popular press coverage with a few acadmic article reprints. Articles concern autism, dyslexia, disability and child development and research being carried out in these areas. Some of the articles mention Uta Frith's own work or quote/reference her, some do not. These are not papers or articles written by Frith

Notes on studies and designs for experiments. Most notes realte to work conducted by Frith with autistic individuals, concerning: language acquisition and use, social skills, mental imagery and idea of the self, inelligence in autistic children, recognition memory, pattern recognition, spatial orientation, intutition, obsessive compulsive phenomena. Also notes on a dyslexia study.


Collection also includes an academic dress hood worn by Uta Frith FRS when awarded her honorary doctorate of science by University of Lincoln, 10 September 2018 at Lincoln Cathedral. Red cotton hood with blue piping. Accompanied by ticket recording name, date and university
Extent1 box, MS large
FormatManuscript
Printed
Typescript
Physical descriptionloose papers boxed, plus one item of clothing
Access statusClosed
Access conditionsClosed for 30 years after date of creation, contact the Royal Society library for information on parts of the collection that may be available to view
Related materialPhotographs and introduction text from the ceremony at which Uta Frith was awarded her honorary doctorate in science from the University of Lincoln can be found in Uta Frith's digital personal information file (PIF) along with other biographical information.
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