16TH OF JULY 2022 LATEST MUSINGS ON “PATHOLOGICAL” DEMAND-AVOIDANCE (PDA).
This blog post is a mixed bag. First, I introduce the call for papers for a special issue on “Pathological” Demand-Avoidance (PDA), in Frontiers in Education. Secondly, I provide PDFs of my recent Twitter reflections on PDA. I hope you find these materials of interest and use.
Special Issue on PDA, Frontiers in Education.
With Professor Eddie Chaplin and Dr Allison Moore, I am editing a special issue on “Pathological” Demand-Avoidance (PDA) in the journal Frontiers in Education. For more information, please see the call for papers below:
I have produced a YouTube video detailing the type articles we are interested in and other advice for submissions into the special issue in Frontiers in Education:
Frontiers in Education, like other journals in the Frontiers group, has article processing charges. If you need assistance paying the fees, please see link below to the Frontiers group hardship fund:
PDFs of recent twitter thread reflections.
Below are the PDFs of my recent reflections on PDA, that I have made on twitter.
My latest research.
My most recent conference papers are presented below:
- Demand-Avoidance Phenomena (“Pathological”/ “Extreme” Demand Avoidance): As a Social Construct.
- Autism & mental health.
- Demand-Avoidance Phenomena (“Pathological”/”Extreme” Demand Avoidance): what are the implications of it being a biopower identity?
- Demand-Avoidance Phenomena (“Pathological”/ “Extreme” Demand Avoidance): It’s four schools of thought, and how you may conceptualise it?
- Demand-Avoidance Phenomena (“Pathological”/ “Extreme” Demand Avoidance): As a biopower identity?
I and a few other autistic academics have a short essay responding to arguments to divide autism again with narrow subtypes published Autism Research:
- Creating truly radical change in autism research: A response to Frith and Mottron Running Title: Response to Frith and Mottron.
I have had this short piece published in Neurodevelopmental Psychology Forum: Newsletter of the Developmental Section:
- Pathological demand avoidance (PDA): Its four schools of thought.
My second most recent conference paper, which was presented at the 2021 Participatory Autism Research Collective (PARC) PDA event, was hosted by the Autism Research Team at University of Nottingham on the 20th of July 2021:
- Demand Avoidance Phenomena (“Pathological”/ “Extreme” Demand Avoidance): is it a Disorder at a lower diagnostic threshold?
I have had this short magazine piece published in SEN Magazine:
- Is Pathological Demand Avoidance a “meaningful subgroup” of autism?