The cover of Autism: The International Journal of Research and Practice

Autism is a major international forum for research of direct practical relevance to improving the quality of life for individuals with autism or autism-related disorders.

The journal's success and popularity reflect the recent worldwide growth in the research and understanding of autism spectrum disorders and the consequent impact on the provision of treatment and care.

Autism is published eight times a year by SAGE Publications, in January, February, April, May, July, August, October and November. The journal aims to:

  • encourage research into practice in the field of autism spectrum disorders
  • encourage theoretical and academic researchers to consider the implications of their findings for practice.

Articles include substantive research reports, as well as smaller-scale action research and case studies. Critical reviews of recent experimental work, and its relevance to intervention and care provision, are also a core feature of the journal.

To view a sample copy of the journal, please visit the SAGE Publications website.

To subscribe, telephone SAGE Customer Services on +44 (0)20 7324 8701 or email subscriptions@sagepub.co.uk

Annual subscription rates for 2017

Individual:

Member subscription, print only (Find out how you can become a member of the NAS.)
£56.00
 
Individual subscription, print only
£78.00

Individual, single print issue
£13.00

Institutional:

School subscription, combined (print and e-access)
£457.00
 
Institutional subscription, e-access
£822.00
 
Institutional subscription, print only
£895.00

Institutional backfile purchase, e-access (content through 1998)
£694.00
 
Institutional subscription and backfile lease, e-access plus backfile (all online content)
£913.00
 
Institutional subscription, combined (print and e-access)
£913.00
 
Institutional subscription and backfile lease, combined plus backfile (current volume print plus all online content)
£1,004.00
 
Institutional, single print issue
£123.00

Further information

If you would like further information about the journal or submitting an article, please contact:

Dr Katie Maras
Department of Psychology
University of Bath
Claverton Down
Bath
BA2 7AY

Email: km528@bath.ac.uk