Autism Studies

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[F]or every disease there is a single key mechanism that dominates all others. If one can find it, and then think one’s way around it, one can control the disorder.... In short, I believe that the major  diseases of human beings have become approachable biological puzzles,ultimately solvable.

                          Lewis Thomas  The Medusa and the Snail


Mind of an autist (who knew?)

   (last entry 10/23/16)


res ipsa loquitur

(the thing speaks for itself)


Simplifying study of fever’s dramatic relief of autistic behavior

Clinical Nutrition ESPEN 2016;16:1–7

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A personal trial of oral citrulline for ASD

first posted at https://corticalchauvinism.com/2015/06/19/

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A ‘unified field theory’ of autism

Autism Studies 2016;3:1–23

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Comment to FDA on acetaminophen toxicity

and regressive autism 2009

Kerry Scott Lane MD


National Acetaminophen Sales and

Autistic Disorder in California

Stephen Schultz

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Does glutathione depletion keep brain blood flow low

and myelin immature in children with autistic disorders?

reposted from <http://corticalchauvinism.com/2016/01/20/does-glutathione-depletion-keep-brain-blood-flow-low-and-myelin-immature-in-children-with-autistic-disorders/>


Asperger syndrome vs. high-functioning autism –

chronic functional, neurochemical, and blood flow

asymmetries and dysconnections (2015)

(pdf)


A critical clue to fever’s dramatic

relief of autistic behavior

Autism Studies 2015;2.1:1–12

(pdf)


Acetaminophen (Tylenol) and the autism epidemic

reposted/revised from <http://corticalchauvinism.com/2014/11/10/

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A safe way to study fever’s dramatic

relief of autistic behavior?

reposted from <http://corticalchauvinism.com/2014/08/25/

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Why do children with propionic acidemia or urea cycle

disorders rarely show autistic behavior? Letter to the editor.

Autism–Open Access 2014;4(2)

(pdf)


Does high brain ammonia cause autism?

Does high brain glutamine protect against autism?

Is supplemental glutamine safe in ASD?

oral argument to ARI ‘think tank’ Baltimore 4/12/13

(pdf)


Does infectious fever relieve autistic behavior by

releasing glutamine from skeletal muscles as provisional fuel?

Medical Hypotheses 2013;80:1–12

(pdf)


Do infectious fever and fluid/salt diets relieve autistic behavior

by elevating brain glutamine and accelerating cortical metabolism?

Autism Studies 2012;1:1

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Do salt cravings in children with autistic disorders reveal

low blood sodium depleting brain taurine and glutamine?

Medical Hypotheses 2011;77:1015–1021

(pdf)


Does fever relieve autistic behavior by

improving brain blood flow?

letter re: Helt et al. 2008

Neuropsychology Review 2011;21:66–67


Ammonia in autism

letter re: Bradstreet et al. 2010

Alternative Medicine Review 2010;15:187


Did acetaminophen provoke the autism epidemic?

Alternative Medicine Review 2009;13:364–372.

(pdf)


Low-dose naltrexone for multiple sclerosis and autism:

does its benefit reveal a common cause?

letter re: Agrawal 2005

Medical Hypotheses 2006;67:671–672

 

I’m an independent researcher in central Oregon. After thirty years studying multiple sclerosis, I was struck by similarities between MS and autism. After ten years studying autistic disorders, I’m struck by my own autistic behavior.


Peter Good

autismstudies1@gmail.com

There are two ways of detecting something that nobody can see: one is to aim at the finest detail by getting as close as possible with the best available analyzing instruments; the other is merely to look at the things from a new angle where they show hitherto unexposed facets. The former requires money and experience; the latter presupposes neither; indeed it is actually aided by simplicity, the lack of prejudice, and the absence of those established habits of thinking which tend to come after years of work.

Hans Selye

Biological adaptations to stress. In: Discovery Processes in Modern Biology (WR Klemm, editor) Krieger Publishing, Huntington NY, 1977