I. Recherche participative dand le champ de l'autisme 

Bradshaw, P., Pickett, C., van Driel, M. L., Brooker, K., & Urbanowicz, A. (2021). Autistic’or ‘with autism’. Why the way general practitioners view autism matters. Aust J Gen Pract, 50(3), 104-09. Consultez l'article en ligne ici.

Gowen, E., Taylor, R., Bleazard, T., Greenstein, A., Baimbridge, P., & Poole, D. (2019). Guidelines for conducting research studies with the autism community. Autism policy & practice, 2(1 A new beginning), 29. Consultez l'article en ligne ici

Nicolaidis, C., Raymaker, D. M., McDonald, K. E., Lund, E. M., Leotti, S., Kapp, S. K., ... & Zhen, K. Y. (2020). Creating accessible survey instruments for use with autistic adults and people with intellectual disability: Lessons learned and recommendations. Autism in Adulthood, 2(1), 61-76. Consultez l'article en ligne ici

Nicolaidis, C., Raymaker, D., Kapp, S. K., Baggs, A., Ashkenazy, E., McDonald, K., ... & Joyce, A. (2019). The AASPIRE practice-based guidelines for the inclusion of autistic adults in research as co-researchers and study participants. Autism, 23(8), 2007-2019. Consultez l'article en ligne ici

Speraw, S. (2009). “Talk to Me—I'm Human”: The Story of a Girl, Her Personhood, and the Failures of Health Care. Qualitative Health Research, 19(6), 732-743.

II. Recommandations pour une approche participative en recherche

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