Dr. Temple Grandin–internationally-renowned animal expert

by | Dec 14, 2005

Dr. Temple Grandin, who is autistic, an internationally-renowned animal expert, a longtime consultant in designing the most humane methods for transporting and handling livestock in meat-processing plants, a Ph.D. Associate Professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University, and author, most recently, of “Animals In Translation: Using The Mysteries Of Autism To Decode Animal Behavior”–published earlier this year, the book was lauded in animal & autism circles, and just generally (it was a New York Times bestseller), and will be released in paperback after the Holidays–discusses some concepts and examples included in the latest book, articulates how she, as an autistic person, thinks and functions, and takes several calls from listeners who ask questions about autism and autistic children. [www.Grandin.com]

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