Autism Language Program
Shane HC, Weiss-Kapp S. Visual language for survival: enhancing language for persons on the autism spectrum. Book in preparation.
Shane HC, Higgenbotham J, Caves K, Russell S. Access to AAC, AAC Journal. In press.
Shane HC. Using visual scene displays to improve communication and communication instruction in persons with autism spectrum disorders. Special Interest Division 12, Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 15 (1), (2006)
Shane HC, Caves K, DeRuyter F. Connecting AAC devices to the world of information technology. AAC: Alternative and Augmentative Communication, RESNA Press, Volume 14.1/Summer 2002:81-89.
Shane HC, Kenna M, Woolf A, eds. The Children's Hospital Guide to Your Child's Health and Development. Perseus: Cambridge, MA, 2001.
Shane HC, and others. Communication Disorders Primer for Pediatric Otolaryngology. In: Pediatric Otolaryngology: Principles and Practice Pathways. Wetmore R, Muntz H, McGill T, eds. Thieme: NY, NY, 1999.
Shane HC, Kirsch I, Burgess CA, Niederauer KL, Graham SM, Bacon A. Facilitated communication as an ideomotor response. Psychological Science, Volume 9, January 1998:71-74.
Shane HC. Facilitated communication: Why it isn't real. Clinically Speaking Newsletter, Volume 11, Number 1, 1994;(April):1-3-5.
Shane HC, ed. The clinical and sociological phenomenon of facilitated communication. San Diego: Singular Publishing Group, 1994.
Shane HC, Green G. Facilitated communication: The claims versus the evidence. The Harvard Mental Health Letter, Volume 10, Number 6,1993;(December):4-5.